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liams, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. No. 2.-Maj. Thomas J. Jordan, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. No. 1.-reporeemed it my duty to proceed to the assistance of Major Jordan, who, with three companies, was in pursuit of Hading band had taken refuge in Celiia, I directed Major Jordan to join me at McMillen's Ferry, at Turkey Neck Bmade desperate attempts to escape. I ordered Major Jordan to Butler's Landing the same evening, with direc to be marching into Overton County, and ordered Major Jordan to remain there with three companies and patrol 0 men at Glasgow. For further particulars of Major Jordan's transactions I refer to his report, inclosed. Boyle, Louisville, Ky. No. 2.-reports of Maj. Thomas J. Jordan, Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. Glasgow, K, will write more fully. Yours, truly, Thos. J. Jordan, Major, Commanding Post. Brig. Gen. J. T. Boyland till further orders. Yours, truly, Thos. J. Jordan, Major, Comdg. Third Battalion Ninth Pelnsylva