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Three days after he joined us he was mortally wounded in action, and survived but a few hours.
The old Fatherland sent no bolder horseman to battle at Rosbach or Gravelotte.—Destruction and Reconstruction regiments.
Before these Price had dispatched from his command in Arkansas two brigades of Missouri infantry, numbering together 4,400 muskets.
These marched to Keachi
Three roads led from Mansfield to Shreveport—the Kingston, Middle and Keachi.
The distance by the first concentration.
With its fortifications covering the depot, arsenals and shops at Jefferson, Marshall and above, it was a strategic point of vital importance.
All the infantry, not with Taylor, opposed to Banks, was directed to Shreveport.
General Price, with his cavalry command, was instructed to delay the march of Steele's column while the concentration was effected.
While Kirby Smith was making ready for the vaunted expedition, so formidable in numbers, so thoroughly equipped in materi