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The Daily Dispatch: May 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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number of other officers. The next place at which they attacked us was a bluff, but we soon drove them out of that, and so on all down the river. It was one continual fight, but we brought everything to Crand Ecore safely and with comparatively small loss. Advices from Camden, Ark, say that Steele had arrived there safely. A telegram says: Price supposed Gen Steele was going to Shreveport via Washington, and moved his command from Camden to Washington after the fight at Prairie de Anna. Gen Steele pursued the rebels towards Washington, and then suddenly turned and pushed for Camden. Price discovered his mistake, and started for Camden also. A desperate race ensure, and, although heavy skirmishing occurred all the way, Marmaduke being in front and Dockery in the rear, with cavalry and artillery, Steele came out victor, and entered the enemy's fortifications unopposed. Camden is strongly fortified with nine forts. All its approaches are well guarded, and it ca