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n end to the contest. The Federals were under Banks, Ransom, Stone, and Lee.--Many guns were lost battle a Union victory. By falling back Gen. Banks had effected a junction with Gen A J Smith, ollowing dispassionate statement of it: Gen Banks, during the week following the 7th instant, ins on the 8th, and begins in this way: Gen Banks's advance consisted wholly of cavalry, whereont — they had been engaged the day before — Gen Banks allowed them to push on without an infantry on which the 19th corps had taken its stand, Gen Banks ordered a retreat to Pleasant Hill, which was. The causes of this disaster were that Gen Banks suffered the cavalry to advance beyond easy tillery to advance or retreat; and that when Gen Banks decided to deliver battle, instead of withdr of the enemy. So that, upon the whole, Gen Banks, on the morning of the 10th of April, found unwilling — to pursue the retiring forces of Gen Banks; and the march to Grand Encore was accomplis[5 more...