and ordnance stores, was a striking proof that Taylor was not only a power before an enemy, but a ca agreement with General Grant.
On June 23d, Taylor, with his usual activity, succeeded in capturi left to others the details of the movements.
Taylor's fiery activity was not always shared in by hn June, 1863—the year of Vicksburg's capture.
Taylor had been hoping to make some diversion in norte service.
Just from balking Banks in 1863, Taylor was for strengthening the Red river country ageard nothing of either.
Berwick bay fell into Taylor's hands, with a large amount of stores of vasteen dropped a laurel or two at Fort Butler.
Taylor was kept busy for some days hurrying and forwaof July, 1863, events were clubbing counter to Taylor's plans for the city.
Vicksburg had fallen.
aldsonville and advanced down the Lafourche.
Taylor had been waiting for them.
Joining Green, he owing the heavy guns after them.
On July 20th Taylor moved up the Teche, leaving pickets opposite B