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. The First Wisconsin, the Thirty-fifth Indiana, a detachment from the Thirty-eighth Indiana, a battalion of the Fifth Kentucky cavalry and a section of Standart's battery in command of Lieut. Bennett, formed the rear brigade, commanded by Col. Starkweather, of the First Wisconsin, acting as Brigadier-General--left Pulaski yesterday at three o'clock P. M., via the Lambs' Ferry Road; encamped a few hours twelve miles from Pulaski, made a forced march of twenty-one miles in six hours, drove in tfrom danger. He also fired several shots at the ferry-boat. The ferry-boat which was on this side I directed to be burned. During the march a force of rebel cavalry, estimated at three hundred, made a demonstration against the train of Col. Starkweather, who dispersed them with canister and shell. The advance captured four scouts, two of whom belonged to the First Kentucky. A portion of the enemy, estimated to be over nine hundred, upon leaving here took the Elk River road; between two
py the high ground on his left and rear. Starkweather's brigade and Stone's and Bush's batteries d and driven back by the gallant brigade of Starkweather, so admirably posted for the work they perf also taken by the enemy. The posting of Starkweather's brigade, Stone's and Bush's batteries savantry, commanding the Ninth brigade; Colonel J. C. Starkweather, of the First Wisconsin, commanding . Soon after this, by a messenger, Colonel Starkweather, commanding the Twenty-eighth announced hisst Kentucky, artillery. I then directed Col. Starkweather to place Stone's battery and that of Capiments before them, I galloped around to Col. Starkweather, on the left, and directed him to open hty of seeing and knowing the conduct of Colonel Starkweather, of the Twenty-eighth brigade, Col. Hary. I herewith transmit the reports of Cols. Starkweather, Harris, and Pope, and also a list of ca the left was the Twenty-eighth brigade, Col. Starkweather of the First Wisconsin, commanding. T