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There Holmes resumed command on the 25th of September.
On the 7th of October Smith ordered him to fall back to Camden, whence he could either safely retreat to Shreveport or cooperate with Taylor, who was concentrating his forces on the Raking possession of the Red River and its valley.
Holmes, not being pressed by Steele, settled his infantry quietly at Camden, while his cavalry indulged in a sort of spasmodic activity, the main object of which was to procure forage for their horwas Cabell's brigade
Major-General Frederick Steele, from a photograph. of Arkansas cavalry; and on their right, toward Camden, was Marmaduke with a division of Missouri cavalry — Shelby's and Greene's brigades.
Cabell had about 1200 men for duty; left of the District of Arkansas--that small portion of the State which lies south of a line drawn east and west through Camden.
General Price's lines extended from Monticello in the east to the Indian Territory in the west, where General Samuel