s of ammunition per man and two hundred for each cannon.
On Aug. 2 General Chalmers ordered McCulloch's Brigade from Tupelo to Oxford, and followed the next day with his staff and escort and Thral of August 9, and then retired to Abbeville, where he was re-enforced by General Chalmers with McCulloch's brigade.
During the night General Smith crossed with a division of his army, and on the mell back on the column, before Forrest reached Oxford, at 1 o'clock.
Chalmers returned with McCulloch's and Mabry's Brigade, the latter having joined him south of Oxford.
The following morning Fodies of Columbus, Miss.
He called on Colonel Chalmers, of the Eighteenth Mississippi, and Colonel McCulloch, of the Second Missouri, to get in motion, and as the federal column came in reach, the twhot pursuit.
Leading Mabry's Brigade in person, he assigned to General Buford the other two.
McCulloch's Brigade was commanded by Colonel William Wade.
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