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and had the means of crossing additional forces, I withdrew my command, by way of the turnpike, two miles and a half, and took position to meet the enemy, if disposed to advance.--There being no indications of such an intention, I returned to my camp here, reaching this place at 8 o'clock, P. M. My loss in this affair was as follows: Killed--Col. Terry and three men of his regiment. Dangerously wounded--Lieut. Morris and three men, (Texas Rangers.) Slightly wounded--Capt. Walker and three men (Texas Rangers,) and two men of the 1st Arkansas battalion. I estimated the enemy's loss at 75 killed and left on the ground; wounded, unknown. I have eight prisoners--others taken were too badly wounded to be moved, and were left at citizens' houses. The troops under my command who were engaged, displayed courage in excess. The others were as steady as veterans. Respectfully, T. C. Hindman, Brigadier General. To Lieut. D. C. White, Act's Ass't Adj't Gen.,