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Left wing, right Resiing on railroadJ. G. W. Steedman, Colonel commanding.

Order of June 12th—Fifteenth Arkansas, Ben. Johnson, Colonel commanding, 384 men, with full complement of officers On 27th May surrendered 92 muskets. Lost, May 27th, 71 killed and wounded, and 14 prisoners; afterwards, about 70 killed and wounded; First Alabama, Lieutenant-Colonel Locke, commanding; Eighteenth Arkansas, Parish, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding; Tenth Arkansas, Vaughn, Lieutenant-Colonel commanding; Ninth Louisiana (Wingfield's) battalion of cavalry, dismounted, Amacker, Captain [347] commanding (only one company during siege, First Lieutenant Oct. Daliet commanding); Thirty-ninth Mississippi, W. B. Shelby Colonel commanding.

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