24.-battle of Farmington, Miss.
General Pope's report.
near Farmington, May 9--P. M. To Major-My command are eager for the advance.
(Signed) John Pope, Major-General.
Official report of Colonel HaGen. Granger.
Did so, receiving instructions from Gen. Pope to report to General commanding the advance.
camp near Farmington, Miss., May 10, 1862.
Gen. Pope's little army have been chafing and edging up towand get up a little private fight à la Shiloh.
But Gen. Pope's headquarters is not ten miles from camp, and faimy movements. O. W. N.
General Pope's division, near Farmington, May 10, 1862.
Yeere of considerable interest.
Only the day before Gen. Pope's command made a reconnaissance towards Corinth, sa great skirmish than a battle.
Only a portion of Gen. Pope's command was engaged, and it fought more to make n.
Although the latter place had been occupied by Gen. Pope, it was in the manner of a picket outpost, the enc