Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Richardson” in chapter 112, page 456 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 8.:
...onel Schofield, Colonel Coates's Eighth Louisiana, (colored,) and two hundred of the First Mississippi cavalry, Colonel Ed. Osband, (colored.) The enemy had eight regiments, under command of Ross and Richardson .
The fight commenced at eight A. M., and lasted nearly till dark, when the enemy retired.
Three hundred of the Eleventh Illinois were surrounded in a small fort of the bluff outside the town.
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