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Chapter IX Expedition to Booneville destroying supplies Confederate stragglers success of the expedition
nd proceed by a circuitous route through Iuka, Miss., to Booneville, a station on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, about twenty st freely from their reserve stores.
Before reaching Booneville I had the advance, but just as we arrived on the outskir Baldwin, but receiving orders from Elliott to return to Booneville immediately, the men were recalled, and we started to rejoin the main command.
In returning to Booneville, I found the railroad track above where I had struck it blocked by tra rom that under which he had viewed it when we arrived at Booneville, that he had grown anxious to withdraw, lest we should b n so thoroughly as to cut off all rolling stock north of Booneville, and to place at the service of General Halleck's army t regard, on the 13th of May, the very day we had captured Booneville.
Although we had marched about one hundred and eighty m