erred already, and assigned to Cleburne's and Hindman's divisions—not heretofore mentioned.
By speto distant fields was none too early.
Major-General Hindman heard it and accepted the assignment, f Red river, and the Indian Territory.
General Hindman acted promptly.
On his way, at Memphis, of bed. He beheld the measures adopted by General Hindman with consternation, but had great confidebove Jacksonport.
Continuing his report, General Hindman says:
To delay the enemy and gain timlled and 58 wounded.
Not to discredit General Hindman's report, but in order to give basis for ncident was closed, the administration of General Hindman as chief, practically, of the Trans-MissiRock, where he had arrived, and continued General Hindman in command of the troops in the neighborhississippi, and ordered them to report to General Hindman. General Price was transferred later, alsnd the department, and Major-Generals Taylor, Hindman and Price to the districts of Louisiana, Arka