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ame time, the cavalry division under Brigadier-General Davidson, at Pilot Knob, Mo., was ordered to lena for the expedition against Little Rock. Davidson reached Wittsburg on the St. Francis river Ju present for duty, 4,493; cavalry under Gen. J. W. Davidson and Colonel Clayton, present for duty, as valley. Steele's army advanced slowly. Davidson, reaching Clarendon, August 15th, reported to duty, and he asked for more gunboats. General Davidson's cavalry force met with its first resison. The Federals were under command of Gen. J. W. Davidson, and consisted of about 6,000 cavalry aton's regiment [in reserve], was dismounted. Davidson advanced his troops—cavalry and artillery, a he bayou to get upon the Wire road in rear of Davidson, and report in the morning what should transpb of the city into the river, 4 miles below. Davidson was to occupy both roads, but throw his forcecross. By sweeping this neck with artillery, Davidson was enabled to cross over to the peninsula wi