forcements and a battery, advanced, and regained our former position, and held it during the day. The shot and shell fell thick and fast around us; the solid shot tearing up the ground at our feet, and the shell bursting over our heads, in front of us, and behind us. The fighting was severe on the right, where Price and Van Dorn drove the enemy back to their entrenchments.
Our tents and baggage were all sent off to-day, and the general impression is that we are about to evacuate Corinth.
May 2 9th.—All quiet on the left.
Heavy cannonading on the right all day. It is now sunset, and we are under orders to march in thirty minutes.
May 30th.—Corinth was evacuated last night.
We left there at eleven o'clock, and marched all night and all day, resting a few hours this morning.
We are now encamped on the banks of a small stream, about twelve miles from Corinth.
At Kossuth, Joe Park and I stopped at the house of a Georgia woman, and got a dinner of cornbread and buttermilk.