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T. Beauregard. 4. Corinth, April 25th, 1862. Captain D. B. Harris: In consequence of news from Louisiana, put works below Vicksburg, to prevent passage of river from New Orleans. Put guns in position first, then construct works. System preferred is one main work, and detached batteries, not too far from each other. Should you not have time, send guns to Jackson, Mississippi, and be ready to destroy railroad between two places, when necessary. G. T. Beauregard. 5. Corinth, April 29th, 1862. Governor J. J. Pettus, Jackson, Miss.: Please send immediately to Vicksburg, to report to commanding officer there, one regiment of unarmed or partially armed volunteers. Also, one to Columbus, Mississippi. They will be armed as soon as possible. G. T. Beauregard. It is needless to accumulate further evidence. Other telegrams and letters to the same effect will be found in the Appendix to this chapter. On his arrival near Pittsburg Landing, General Pope established himsel
. S. Kirkpatrick, Grenada, Miss.: Send guns to Vicksburg. G. T. Beauregard. Corinth, April 29th, 1862. Col. J. L. Aubrey, Comdg. Vicksburg, Miss.: Guns have been ordered to Jackson, Mississireport to you. They will be armed as soon as possible. G. T. Beauregard. Corinth, Miss., April 29th, 1862. Maj.-Genl. M. Lovell, Camp Moore, Tangipaho, La.: Should you determine not to return to and arm new Mississippi regiments to send here immediately. G. T. Beauregard. Corinth, April 29th, 1862. Com. R. F. Pinckney, Fort Pillow, Tenn.: We are fortifying Vicksburg to guard river froeral Villepigue. G. T. Beauregard. Headquarters army of the Mississippi, Corinth, Miss., April 29th, 1862. Col. Thos. Claiborne, Comdg. Cavalry: Colonel,—The Commander of the Forces instructs menel Lee, Chief of Subsistence, received the following telegram from Colonel Northrop, dated April 29th, 1862: By order of the Secretary of War, the ration is reduced to half pound of bacon or pork