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Hadley's battery, fortunately placed by General Davidson at the head of Merrill's brigade, took pobeing at that time crossing the bridges. General Davidson had been opposed by a superior force duriwould be most effective. The position of General Davidson now became one of imminent peril. Assumiwas every thing in entering the city, and General Davidson called up Colonel Ritter's brigade, whichcompanied by Lieutenant-Colonel Caldwell, General Davidson's Chief of Staff, were ordered to charge tances. As a mark of his appreciation of General Davidson's gallant conduct during the day, Generall authorities to the Federal forces, Brigadier-General Davidson is hereby invested with the command ton, Provost-Marshal, will report to Brigadier-General Davidson for duty. By order of Major-General ng, however. It has not yet returned. General Davidson issued the following congratulatory order no greater honor, than to lead such men. J. W. Davidson, Brigadier-General Commanding. Little[10 more...]
lena, and the cavalry division under Brigadier-General Davidson, then operating in Arkansas. The gae First Indiana had three small rifled guns. Davidson reported some less than six thousand present , which left me with but one general officer--Davidson. The resignation of my Assistant Adjutant- from Harris's Ferry. On the twenty-third, Davidson was directed to move with his division to Deaon was ordered forward to make a diversion in Davidson's favor on the Bayou Metou. Rice drove in thas River, near Ashley's Mills. At this point Davidson's cavalry, in advance, had a sharp skirmish, ges. Heavy clouds of dust moving down toward Davidson, on the other side of the river, made me appreat. Marmaduke's cavalry only were disputing Davidson's entry of the city. The rebels had fired thmmanding Department of the Missouri. General Davidson's official report. headquarters cavand gallantry displayed. I am, sir, your obedient servant, J. W. Davidson, Brigadier-General. [9 more...]