H. Brooks, who had obtained a transfer from his infantry brigade in Fagan's division, with authority to raise a cavalry brigade in Washington present: Price's division infantry, 5,795, 16 pieces of artillery; Fagan's infantry, 2,257; Marmaduke's cavalry, 4,482, 16 pieces of artillepresent for duty, was ordered to Louisiana to reinforce Taylor, and Fagan's brigade was soon called from Camden to the same field.
Thus Pricith his brigade, about 500 men. Cabell's brigade was transferred to Fagan's division.
On the 8th the enemy advanced, but did not drive Marmarie.
Greene's regiment was relieved from outpost duty by troops of Fagan's brigade.
Marmaduke had caused breastworks of logs and small eartce; escort, Fourteenth Missouri battalion, Maj. Robert C. Wood.
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