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n a short distance from Okolona, Hepburn's and Waring's brigades encamped, a part of the latter havias done, and on the morning of the nineteenth, Waring's brigade was moved southward along the line oby the negroes and pack train, after which was Waring's brigade, and in the rear Hepburn's. This movht flank, and near the railroad. A portion of Waring's brigade was at once moved to that flank, and's brigade leading, followed by the train, and Waring's and McCrellis's brigades. In passing Okolona, the Seventh Indiana cavalry, of Waring's brigade, was ordered by General Grierson to the support . About a mile to the rear of this point, Colonel Waring formed his brigade on a hill known as Ivy ere formed in double ranks and under fire, Colonel Waring commanding, and leading the charge in persriving at New-Albany, General Grierson ordered Waring's brigade to hold the enemy in check and coverton Railroad, fourteen miles from Memphis, and Waring's brigade crossed the Wolf River near Colliers[1 more...]