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Sixth Missouri Cavalry,Major Harkins,150
Fifth Kansas Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Jenkins,208
Tenth Illinois Cavalry,Capt. Auderson,92
Third Illinois Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Ruggles,200
Second Wisconsin Cavalry,Lieut.-Col. Sterling,225
The last-named were placed under command of Colonel Thomas Stephens, Second Wisconsin cavalry.
As soon as possible after landing, I took up my line of march for the interior, and went into camp for the night, about eight miles from the Mississippi River.
I took with me no baggage or tents of any kind, and about three days rations.
I broke camp at daylight on Friday, and marched thirty-five miles on that day to the west bank of the Tallahatchie River, just below its junction with the Coldwater.
During this day's march we captured several rebel pickets.
We found that reports of our landing had preceded us, and the impression prevailed that we were approaching in great force.
From the negroes that we met we learned that there was a