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were received for two companies of the first battalion Tennessee Cavalry, Colonel Logwood, to cross the river, and Captain Taylor's Memphis Light Dragoons and Captabeing companies A and B, of the battalion) were detailed and marched under Colonel Logwood. In crossing the river, the two companies were compelled to take separate boats, and Captain Taylor's company, accompanied by Colonel Logwood, reached the other side before our forces had retired up the river. Taking a position on the letly wounded. Two companies of the First Tennessee battalion of cavalry, Colonel Logwood, were kept on this side as a reserve, in anticipation of an attack on this the white horses on the field, with the exception of General Pillow's and Colonel Logwood's, were killed. Every man on General Pillow's staff lost his horse, and ao follow to support it. Captains Taylor's and White's companies of cavalry, of Logwood's battalion, also joined in the pursuit, which was led by Generals Polk, Pillo
were received for two companies of the first battalion Tennessee Cavalry, Colonel Logwood, to cross the river, and Captain Taylor's Memphis Light Dragoons and Captabeing companies A and B, of the battalion) were detailed and marched under Colonel Logwood. In crossing the river, the two companies were compelled to take separate boats, and Captain Taylor's company, accompanied by Colonel Logwood, reached the other side before our forces had retired up the river. Taking a position on the letly wounded. Two companies of the First Tennessee battalion of cavalry, Colonel Logwood, were kept on this side as a reserve, in anticipation of an attack on this the white horses on the field, with the exception of General Pillow's and Colonel Logwood's, were killed. Every man on General Pillow's staff lost his horse, and ao follow to support it. Captains Taylor's and White's companies of cavalry, of Logwood's battalion, also joined in the pursuit, which was led by Generals Polk, Pillo