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position and strength. They found him in strong numbers and well intrenched. On Wednesday, the sixth, at daylight, skirmishers were again ordered to feel the enemy. They moved to the front, and found he had evacuated his position and withdrawn his forces across the river. About two o'clock P. M., we were ordered to march back to our old encampment. In closing this report, I cannot speak in terms too high of Colonel Cook and Lieutenant Winn, of the Fourth Georgia; Colonel Willis and Major Hardeman, of the Twelfth Georgia; Lieutenant-Colonel Lumpkin, Forty-fourth Georgia; Colonel Mercer and Major Glover, Twenty-first Georgia. To their promptness and gallantry, and the able manner in which they were sustained by the officers and men of their commands, all of whom did their whole duty, I acknowledge my indebtedness. Attention is respectfully called to their reports, which you will find enclosed. To my staff, Captain Snead, assistant adjutant-general; Lieutenant Hawkins, aid-de-cam
from Thibodeaux about eight o'clock at night, with Hardeman's, Shannon's, and Herbert's regiments of my brigadthe water's edge, and there make an entrance. Colonel Hardeman, with the Fourth T. M. V., was to move up the e garrison within. hand to hand. Both Shannon and Hardeman were charged that they were expected to take the f of the plan of attack, and furnishing Shannon and Hardeman with guides, and the head of the column of the thrhich were to envelop the fort, I moved Shannon and Hardeman forward. Waiting a short time for Major Shannon trately contested on every part of the ground. Colonel Hardeman, with the Fourth Texas, being unable to controance. The columns of attack, of Shannon above and Hardeman below, were expected to move along under the leveeonal observation satisfies me that if the guide of Hardeman's regiment had not failed to conduct it to the forederal transport Huville was badly crippled by Colonel Hardeman's regiment and the rifle section of Semmes' ba