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approach Hovey's approach Lauman's approach Herron's approach menacing attitude of Johnston coricsburg attack on Milliken's bend arrival of Herron and Parke completion of investment fortificabe sent, should an attempt to escape be made. Herron's division, from the Army of the Frontier, Dep to within a few feet of the rebel line. In Herron's front a strong line of trench was begun on t so near that the enemy was greatly annoyed by Herron's sharpshooters. While the investment of Viand additional troops from his own department; Herron's division, the strongest in the combined armyore Vicksburg, on the 14th of the same month. Herron was put on the left of the line of circumvallo nearly half of Grant's army. Besides these, Herron and A. J. Smith were notified to be in readineithin your command, to the best advantage. To Herron: Be ready to move with your division at the shwas kept lest any should attempt to escape on Herron's front, and no more deserters were received.
thousand men west of the Mississippi river, exclusive of the forces in Texas. Orders were sent them one week ago by Johnston. The purport of orders not known. Herron has arrived here, and troops from Burnside are looked for to-morrow. General Grant to Adjutant-General L. Thomas.—(letter.) near Vicksburg, June 16, 1863. y hundred cars from the Confederacy. Sherman says he has force enough, and feels no apprehension of the result. Finding Yazoo City was being fortified, I sent Herron there with his division. He captured several hundred prisoners on steamers; five pieces of heavy artillery and all the public stores fell into our hands. The enrmy parolled here has to a great extent deserted, and are scattered over the country in every direction. Learning that Yazoo City was being fortified, I sent General Herron there. Five guns were captured, many stores and about three hundred prisoners. General Ransom was sent to Natchez, to stop the crossing of cattle for the