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ker, or officer in command at any subsequent time, determine further defence of his position fruitless, or without possible beneficial issue. Should this final evacuation become plainly proper and necessary, before the troops retire all the gulls must be either burst or thrown into the river, if practicable; if not, they must be spiked. Should it be deemed of service, you are authorized to leave with General Walker one company of cavalry; the other companies, including the squadron of Logwood's battalion, will be sent to Fort Pillow. A copy of this letter will be left with General Walker. Captain Harris will be sent to Fort Pillow forthwith; and if you deem the services of the other engineers not required, you will detach them also. Respectfully, your obedient servant, Thomas Jordan, A. Adj.-Genl. Headquarters army of the Mississippi, Jackson, Tenn., March 15th, 1862. Maj.-Genl. Braxton Bragg, Comdg. forces A. M., Bethel, Tenn.: General,—Your despatch of this date