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engagement with him, and to begin at once sending off, to different points in our rear, such as Baldwin, Tupelo, and others, their sick, their heavy baggage, and such additional camp equipage as mighthe same purpose, and with a like result. The march was then resumed and the army soon reached Baldwin, thirty miles from Corinth, where another position was taken, and held until the 7th of June, tve battle if pursued, but no serious pursuit was attempted . . . . While at Rienzi, half-way to Baldwin, I was informed that on the morning of the 30th ultimo a detachment of the enemy's cavalry had e avoided all mention of the imaginary pursuit by General Pope's army, first to Rienzi, then to Baldwin, then to Blackland, where, he says, an order to attack had already been issued, when General Bnot the only information General Beauregard had given of his movement. On the 3d of June, from Baldwin, he had also telegraphed to General Cooper: We evacuated Corinth successfully on 30th
ub-depot of subsistence at either Saltillo or Baldwin, on or near the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, wit Western Dept. Memorandum of movements on Baldwin.-for General Van Dorn. Headquarters Wesended movement of his army from this place to Baldwin, at the time hereinafter indicated: 1st. ailroad part of the way; thence to Rienzi and Baldwin. 2d. Bragg's corps via the Tennessee pikeienzi and Blackland Road to Carrollsville and Baldwin. 3d. Breckinridge's corps (or reserve) visuth; thence to Blackland, Carrollsville, and Baldwin. 4th. Polk's corps via the turnpike to Koestern road, to Blackland, Carrollsville, and Baldwin. 5th. The baggage trains of these corps meek, a distance of about seventeen miles from Baldwin. It will resume its line of march the next me 2d instant. While at Rienzi, half-way to Baldwin, I was informed that on the morning of the 30nce concerning the movements of this army. Baldwin was found to offer no advantages of a defensi[1 more...]