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demonstrations were made on the railroad at Collierville and other points by Generals Chalmers, Lee, and Richardson. This last attack on Collierville, it will be remembered by the readers of this corrders of the same date, moved eastward from Collierville to La Grange, to operate either west, east,treating army, and Forrest proceeded toward Collierville. General Grierson was still at La Grangerailroad, and was supposed to be already at Collierville. It was now near midnight, and every thingwas pushed forward, and by daylight reached Collierville. But the enemy was gone. The place had be Richardson's force that made the attack on Collierville, for the purpose of drawing our attention i'clock in the forenoon, the force sent from Collierville to intercept the enemy before he could reacizener's brigade having been sent down from Collierville. For two days the pursuit was continued, burned back, and moved by easy stages toward Collierville and Memphis. It is known that, on the se
Doc. 114.-attack on Collierville, Tenn. A national account. Memphis, November 5, 1863. We have learned late and interesting particulars concerning the recent attack on Collierville. It seems that the confederates have not felt just right since their former unsuccessfuhere was but a single regiment, the Seventh Illinois cavalry, at Collierville, but they had heard of the premeditated attack, and had sent to on with Chalmers's, they will probably escape. This attack on Collierville did not succeed even as well as did their former attempt. They orth to-day. On Tuesday, the third, the regiment had moved to Collierville, seven miles beyond Germantown, on the railroad. About noon thent Daniel Estell, of Company L, was missing at the engagement at Collierville, and not yet heard from. Colonel Hatch left Collierville, earCollierville, early this morning, with other forces of his command, and will pursue the enemy vigorously. The Colonel has added another laurel to his chaplet,