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orce. Accordingly, on the night of the 9th Gen. Hindman, of Polk's corps, was ordered to move his dhe foot of Stephens's Gap, and overpower him. Hindman moved promptly from the mill, but Hill havingen. Hill, Buckner's corps was ordered to join Hindman; the junction, however, was not effected unti our own fault," Having sent orders to Gen. Hindman, who had now not less than 15,000 men in hiHindman. At S. A. M. orders were repeated to Hindman to attack the enemy in flank and rear at daylemed a day. Staff officers had been sent to Gen. Hindman to ascertain the cause of the delay and to superior force, enter the cove in the rear of Hindman, another staff officer was dispatched to the The causes of the failure on the part of Gen. Hindman have not been made public, but his subseque Notwithstanding the mortifying failure of Gen. Hindman in McLemore's Cove there was still another am and Walker left Lafayette at noon, and General Hindman at night. Gen. Polk reached Rock Spring [2 more...]