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h move up Red river
Banks presses on toward Shreveport
Col. Gooding's fight
our advance routed by written to Gen. Steele to push straight for Shreveport.
March 5, I was informed by Gen. Halleck th directed to facilitate my operations toward Shreveport.
March 10, Gen. Steele informed me that thebout 7,000 men) to Washington, and thence to Shreveport.
I received information, March 26, dated Ma army, its General inclusive, was hungry for Shreveport.
A partisan encounter,
April 4. north ofte with the army at Loggy bayou, half way to Shreveport.
Gen. Banks left Grand Ecore on the morningwere formed directly across the main road to Shreveport, whereon the Rebels must advance, along the e department, and probably not so far off as Shreveport — after claiming 21 guns, 2,500 prisoners, 2th reiterated orders from Grant to bring his Shreveport campaign to a close without delay.
Banks se been an original advocate of the advance on Shreveport.
He had signalized his movement up Red rive