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from the Federal posts in Tennessee and Corinth, and to meet such inroads, the Confederate cavalry being insufficient, Rust's brigade and two regiments under General Buford were transferred from Port Hudson to Jackson.
General Chalmers, as soon as he had recovered from his wounds received at Murfreesboro, was given command of ths army, part to Corinth and part to reinforce Rosecrans; and under the influence of these reports Pemberton, on April 13th, put the brigades of Tilghman, Rust and Buford under orders to march to Tullahoma with all dispatch, and Vaughn's brigade was held in readiness.
But the Federals were steadily pushing on through the LouisiaLieut.-Col. J. R. Binford; Chust's and Ilsley's companies, Pointe Coupee artillery; Hudson's Mississippi battery, Lieut. J. R. Sweany.
Buford's brigade, Brig.-Gen. A. Buford—Twentyseventh and Forty-ninth Alabama; Fourth and Sixth Alabama battalions; Tenth Arkansas, Third Kentucky, Seventh Kentucky, Watson's battery.