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that the object of General Steele was to reach Camden, and occupied the road to Tate's Ferry in forcd to proceed directly to Washington, and leave Camden on his left. When within ten miles of the croect route to Shreveport, and the left leads to Camden. This point was covered by the enemy, who didow them up, but our army then took the road to Camden. The next day was spent in crossing the Terrels had found out that the real destination was Camden, that they had been outwitted, and that they hfront of the Union army to resist the march to Camden. The fifteenth was spent in driving the rebelrom position to position, and our army entered Camden. Camden was found to be strongly fortified, aCamden was found to be strongly fortified, and, with boats on the Ouachita to bring supplies, could have been maintained against any rebel forcet the rebels could avoid a battle and go round Camden, General Steele decided to evacuate the place mall army, impossible. It was useless to hold Camden and depend upon supplies from this point or Pi