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y signify my approval of the organization of the within company of volunteer militia, and my desire that the same may be sanctioned by the commander-in-chief. Jas. D. Green, Mayor. Executive Department, April 5, 1861. The Adjutant-General will issue the proper orders for the organization of a company under this petition. J. enemy was about to fire. This fire from the gunboat was most destructive, but the enemy seemed to know no fear. The troops were Texas regiments, commanded by General Green of Texas, who was conspicuous, mounted on a white horse, and seemed to have the absolute confidence of the men. Presently he fell, and soon after the firing suank of a bayou, supported by Gen. Charles J. Paine. Col. J. S. Morgan, moving on the other side of the bayou, was surprised and driven back by the Confederate General Green, and fell back on Dudley, both being forced a mile in retreat, until supported by General Paine and ultimately withdrawn by General Grover. Colonel Morgan was