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manded by Brig.-Gen. R. V. Richardson, Col. Robert McCulloch, Col. T. H. Bell, and Col. J. E. Forreus, Forrest's to Aberdeen and Chalmers, with McCulloch's and Richardson's brigades, to West Point tuntil he was joined by General Forrest, with McCulloch's and Richardson's brigades.
But Forrest dind thrown across in front of the bridge, and McCulloch's brigade took position on the south bank toed, a section of Morton's battery and one of McCulloch's regiments on foot, immediately accepted th with his mounted cavalry, and reinforced by McCulloch kept up hot pursuit till night fall.
By thi engagement occurred in which, reinforced by McCulloch's and Forrest's brigades, the Confederates f, Col. James J. Neely —Second brigade, Col. Robert McCulloch: First Mississippi Rangers (Seventh reucker was in charge of Col. D. C. Kelly, and McCulloch's brigade, mainly Mississippians, included Crge F. Abbay, and early in September part of McCulloch's brigade was sent to Mobile.