o renew the attack on Fort Pemberton, which was meanwhile reinforced by Gen. D. H. Maury with Featherston's brigade and six guns.
This second attempt resulted in nothing but a bombardment of the foring Fork, on Deer creek, and engaged the gunboats on the 20th.
He was soon reinforced by General Featherston's brigade, and Major Bridges took command of the sharpshooters.
The fighting continued oississippi battery; Captain McLendon's Mississippi battery.
Featherston's brigade, Brig.-Gen. W. S. Featherston —Third Mississippi, Col. T. H. Mellon; Twenty-second Mississippi, Lieut.-Col. H. J. Rrom Edwards toward Raymond on the morning of the 15th, Loring in advance with the brigades of Featherston and Buford, and Bowen following with the brigades of Cockrell and Green.
Stevenson, with thest light artillery regiment in this fight, Major-General Loring said: Upon the approach of W. S. Featherston's brigade, in rapid march, a considerable force of the retreating army having been rallied