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Expecting that the same demonstration would be repeated on the next morning, I directed Col. Cloud, commanding the Third brigade, to strengthen this post by the addition of one hundred cavalry and two howitzers, to be e below the junction of the roads just named, about three miles in rear of their advance.
The Third brigade, under Colonel Cloud, was ordered to bivouac for the night on their arms, upon the ground south of the town, that I had selected to make aost, which was replied to by two of my twelve-pound mountain howitzers, without any damage to either party.
I directed Col. Cloud to withdraw his troops on the outposts, with a view of drawing them out and ascertaining their force and design.
All four of the Kansas regiments above named, under the head of their brigade commanders, Colonels Weer and Cloud--both soldiers of the true stamp — penetrated the woods where the enemy lay concealed, and fought them there for two hour