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out noon the rebels made an attack on the place with a force of about one thousand five hundred strong. A portion of the Seventh Illinois cavalry occupied a small earthwork, with one small gun. The Second Iowa cavalry, under command of Lieutenant-Colonel Hepburn, was dismounted on the north side of the railroad, and formed in line along the railroad, there being a slight cut at that place. The two mountain howitzers, under the command of Lieutenant P. S. Reed, of company K, took a position jus on the field. Their loss must have been near one hundred. After being repulsed, the enemy fled, hotly pursued by our regiment, and reached the Coldwater at night, where they had reinforcements and artillery posted on the opposite side. Colonel Hepburn formed line and attacked, and had quite a brisk engagement — firing only by the flashes from the enemy's guns. It being night, and the rebels with reinforcements, our troops fell back, and rested for the night. At this place Captain Horton
y. The Second brigade, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Hepburn, of Second Iowa cavalry, and the Thiairie. Within a short distance from Okolona, Hepburn's and Waring's brigades encamped, a part of twhole force arrived near West-Point Station. Hepburn's brigade, which was in the advance, skirmishh great vigor, but were constantly checked by Hepburn's brigade, in which the Second Iowa cavalry aight of the railroad. General Grierson, with Hepburn's brigade, had now closed up to the column, an the narrow, hilly road leading to Pontotoc, Hepburn's brigade leading, followed by the train, andfar as possible, the disorganized regiments. Hepburn's brigade was placed in the rear and the marcad crossed the Tippah River. McCrellis's and Hepburn's brigades marched to Germantown, on the Mempssing of the Tombigbee. On the next morning, Hepburn's brigade, commanded by General Grierson in pg of the whole Second brigade, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hepburn, of the Second Iowa cavalry, was exc[1 more...]