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ss Bayou Vidal, and returned to their camp at Perkins's plantation, on the Mississippi, six miles bent in fruitless endeavors again fell back to Perkins's.
On the eighth, Lieut. Stickel, with a cifteenth sought to reinstate his line between Perkins's and Dunbar's — the latter place being eight miles from Perkins's, and the same distance from Smith's. For this purpose he divided his force, droute had been opened ten miles from there to Perkins's. The Twelfth division, which only arrived aed to Smith's, and was followed from there to Perkins's by the rest of the Tenth, a large part of t last five miles of the route from Smith's to Perkins's, was obstructed by numerous bayous.
To accl Kaigwin, to reconnoitre the country between Perkins's and the month of Bayou Pierre, and to exami its march to Hard Times, fifteen miles below Perkins's, and three miles above Grand Gulf.
Thence Times and two regiments ordered to remain at Perkins's as a garrison, embarked on steamers and bar