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waited for the infantry and artillery to come up, and this morning, learning that the rebels were falling back toward Pleasant Hill, he started in pursuit with the First brigade, Colonel Lucas; Third brigade, Colonel Robinson; Fourth brigade, Colone severe fight of about one hour. The hottest of the fight took place at Crump's Hill, where the roads leading from Pleasant Hill and Fort Jessup come together on the Shreveport road, and about twelve miles distant from both the first-named placesf artillery, numbering in all about three thousand men. Walker's division was camped here last night, but moved on to Pleasant Hill this morning. The rebels have now all fallen back toward Pleasant Hill, where it is thought they will make a stand. Pleasant Hill, where it is thought they will make a stand. General Lee was on the field, and gave the direction of affairs in a manner that convinced all parties that he knew exactly what was to be done, and how to do it. He seems determined that the laurels won on other fields shall not wither or fade,
f five hours, he would have his command at Pleasant Hill at the promised time, Friday night. At sunhe headquarter trains were removed back to Pleasant Hill, and the divisions of General Smith were furred at an old saw-mill, ten miles beyond Pleasant Hill, in which Lieutenant-Colonel Webb, of the d, meeting the enemy some eight miles from Pleasant Hill, routing him and following him in line of just reached a small bayou ten miles from Pleasant Hill, was immediately ordered forward by Generath our entire force fell back in safety to Pleasant Hill, fifteen miles from the battle-field. Genand it was decided to withdraw the army to Pleasant Hill, that place affording a better position tos in the battles of Sabine Cross-Roads and Pleasant Hill was three to our one. The lack of water between Pleasant Hill and Mansfield rendered it prudent to fall back to Grand Ecore, where new supplle bridge, twenty miles on the road toward Pleasant Hill. Eight miles out, a small party of the en[65 more...]