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Porter withdrew and abandoned the expedition.
At the same time Gen. S. D. Lee was active in the work of fortifying lower Deer creek, and prepcond brigade, Brig.-Gen. E. D. Tracy, Col. I. W. Garrott, Brig.-Gen. Stephen D. Lee—Five Alabama regiments: Twentieth, Twenty-third, Thirtiettteries of C. B. Vance and J. H. Gates.
Third brigade, Brig.-Gen. Stephen D. Lee, Brig.-Gen. F. A. Shoup—Three Louisiana regiments: Twentyo the returns.
On April 5th, General Stevenson reported that Gen. S. D. Lee has returned fully impressed that the enemy is in force here (ofew men into the exterior ditches at various points of attack.
Gen. S. D. Lee's line was assailed with vigor.
The enemy was allowed to approposition, or attempting to do so as long as possible; and that of S. D. Lee, who declared that it was not yet time to surrender, and it was nFort Pemberton and all along the line by Generals W. W. Loring, Stephen D. Lee, Ferguson and Wirt Adams, has been recited in these pages.