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Doc. 63.-the battle of Iuka. Major-General Grant's report. see Bebellion Becord, vol. 5, page 480, documents. headquarters District West Tennessee, Jackson, Tenn., October 22, 1862. Colonel J. G. Kelton, A. A. G., Washington, D. C.: Colonel: I have the honor to make the following report of the battle of Iuka, and to submit herewith such reports of subordinates as have been received. For some ten days or more before the final move of the rebel army under General Price eastward from the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, it was evident that an attack upon Corinth was contemplated, or some change to be made in the location of that army. This caused great vigilance to be necessary on the part of our cavalry, especially that to the southern front, under Colonel Mizner. The labor of watching, with occasional skirmishing, was most satisfactorily performed, and almost every move of the enemy was known as soon as commenced. About the eleventh of September, Price left the railroa