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one caisson wheel. The cavalry still advancing and no infantry to be seen I limbered up and started for the woods. Here I ordered my cannoneers to draw their revolvers and had quite a brisk fight. Had another horse killed, and two men missing. Went through the woods the enemy coming out in rear and front of men. As the bridges were held by the enemy, it was necessary to charge through, which was accomplished, without loss. I came up to the 46th Indiana and formed on their right. Colonel Bringhurst told me he would support me and I went back through the woods with General Cameron's command, driving the enemy in disorder who left dead and wounded on the field. I then returned to camp with General Cameron's Brigade. I am sir, very respectfully, Your most ob't servant, Wm. Marland, 1st Lieut. Com., Sec. Brig. Gen. Richard Arnold, Chief of Artillery. Dept. Gulf. We also quote from Major General C. C. Washburne, Off. Records, Vol. 26, p. 358.The bringing off of the s