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twenty-second was not calculated to render me more hopeful. He said: General Taylor is sent by General E. K. Smith, to co-operate with you from the west bank oder the garrison endeavor to cross the river at the last moment, if you and General Taylor can communicate. I never received any communication from Major-General TMajor-General Taylor on the subject of co-operation, nor had I any knowledge of his whereabouts, or of his forces, and I heard no more from General Johnston until the tenth of July, impress all in hands of speculators at same rates. About the same time Major-General Taylor, commanding West Louisiana was respectfully urged to have all the beevesul and zealous manner in which they have discharged all their duties. Colonel Thomas H. Taylor, who accompanied me on the field at Baker's Creek, and who, during thempanied me on the field. Captain C. McRae Selph, A. A. G., on duty with Colonel T. H. Taylor, was of great assistance to that excellent officer, more particularly du