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the transmission of orders. To my personal staff, Lieutenant J. H. Morrison, A. D. C.; Lieutenant J. C. Taylor, A. D. C., and Lieutenant H. C. Tupper, Twenty-fourth regiment Mississippi volunteers, I replied, June fifteenth, informing him that I had not the means of relieving him, adding: General Taylor will do what he can on the opposite side of the river. Hold the place as long as you can, aep Banks and his forces occupied. In a dispatch, dated June twentieth, I sent him word that General Taylor had intended to attack the enemy opposite Port Hudson on the night of the fifteenth, and att soon as possible, what point will suit you best. Your dispatches of the twelfth received. General Taylor, with eight thousand men, will endeavor to open communications with you from Richmond. To tgh living on greatly reduced rations, he had sufficient for twenty days, I informed him that General Taylor had been sent by General E. K. Smith to co-operate with him from the west bank of the Missis