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The Daily Dispatch: October 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of the French corvette Lavoisier. (search)
be stationed — some three thousand at the mills and three or four thousand at the head of Island One, three miles above. Orders were issued accordingly for Lieut. Col. Logwood's battalion of Tennessee Cavalry, and Lieut. Col. Miller's battalion of Mississippi Cavalry, to report themselves for service at an early hour on the followI followed in their wake, and over took them when within about three miles of the mills." "* * * The battalion on nearing the enemy's stronghold, divided--Col. Logwood commanding one-half and Maj. Chas. Hill the other, who had command of the Hill cavalry, Capt. Neely's company and Capt. Haywood's company. On their near approach to the enemy a signal gun was fired, and the pickets, some twenty in number, fired upon Major Hill's command, (Col. Logwood being ordered to flank them on their left.) The order was given to charge, which was done in gallant style, and especial credit is due to the several captains in charge of the companies, viz: Capt. Claibo