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Doc. 21.-operations against the Indians. General Sibley's report. see document, page 381, vol. 7, R. R. General Sibley left Camp Atchison, on the morning of July twenty, 1863, with a force consisting of one thousand four hundred infantry and five hundred cavalry. On the twenty-fourth, at one o'clock P. M., having crossed the Great Coteau of the Missouri, and while the General, with several officers, was some distance in advance of the main column, scouts came up reporting a large force of Indian warriors two or three miles distant. The train was immediately corralled upon the shore of a salt lake, and an intrenched camp rapidly formed under the direction of Colonel Crooks. Meanwhile the Indians were rapidly gathering on three sides and covering the hills around. One of the scouts succeeded in getting within speaking distance of Red Plume, a relative and Sisseton Chief, who told him to warn General Sibley that the plan of the Indians was to invite a council with the supe
: 2. Report of the action of the seventh of April, 1863, between the abolition iron-clads and the forts and batteries in Charleston harbor. 3. Reports of Brigadier-Generals Ripley and Taliaferro of operations from the eighth to the twentieth of July, 1863, inclusive. 4. Report of operations from the first to the twentieth August, inclusive. 5. Report of operations from the twenty-first to the thirty-first August, inclusive. 6. Reports of the evacuation of Morris Island. 7. Majord the Chicora. I am, General, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, W. S. Glassell, First Lieutenant, C. S. N. Brigadier-General R. S. Ripley's report of the operations of troops under his command from the Eighth to the twentieth day of July, 1863, inclusive. headquarters First Military District, Charleston, South Carolina, July 22, 1863. Brigadier-General Thomas Jordan, Chief of Staff: General: I have the honor to submit the following report of the daily occurrences of m