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es to cross the mountains and fight Herron, or Herron and Blunt if they succeeded in uniting their fas reached and it was decided to march against Herron, Monroe's brigade of Arkansas cavalry was sente came to the direct road connecting Blunt and Herron, Marmaduke sent Gordon's regiment down it, witd then east four miles to form a junction with Herron. Hindman's force consisted of Marmaduke's cavt he could front to meet an attack from either Herron or Blunt—and he thought that the best dispositattack came from the combined Federal forces. Herron was much stronger in artillery than Hindman, aof artillery massed in the edge of the woods. Herron reformed his broken ranks and charged the centvanced their lines nearly a mile. But neither Herron nor Blunt was whipped or hopelessly disabled. flag of truce was sent in by the commander of Herron's cavalry, asking permission to care for the Fed and bury their dead. Then it appeared that Herron had retreated with the same promptness that Hi[7 more...]