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Barton, at Warrenton. One of the marauding expeditions, under Colonel Grierson, which crossed the Tallahatchie River at New Albany, succeededid to the latter. Having no available cavalry to meet the raid of Grierson, which was ravaging the northern portion of the State, I endeavorent here. Every effort was made by me to provide cavalry to arrest Grierson's raid, also to accumulate a force for operations in the directionf Warrenton, and Grand Gulf. Thinking it quite as probable that Grierson would return by the route on which he was advancing as that he wouo threatened by an advance from the east. As it was possible that Grierson's forces might return by Jackson, such arrangements as my means alments of the whole. On the twenty-eighth, it was ascertained that Grierson was continuing his movement south of Hazle-hurst, and not towards Adams' force, however, was too weak to effect anything important. Grierson, after suffering considerable loss, by an ambuscade further south,