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h two days rations.--The Thirtieth regiment, Colonel Fouke, and Thirty-first, Col. Logan, embarked on the steamer Aleck Scott, Capt. Riley; the Twenty-second regiment, 22d and 27th Illinois on the right, Col. Fouke in the centre, and the 31st, Col. Logan, on the left, and two guns from Taylor's battery, the other four being in a c. Fouke received an order to charge, and he did it, and was ably sustained by Col. Logan. After a few more rounds they were driven into their encampment, and Colonels Fouke and Logan were in their position on a rising hill. At this time, Col. Dougherty came up with the twenty-second. Another charge was made, and our troops, Gen. Grant said we were surrounded and ordered us to fight our way through. Logan's and Fouke's regiments took the lead. There was a severe fight of musketry, a reinforce Pillow, and their object was to cut off our retreat to the boat. Cols. Logan and Fouke fought their way out, the balance coming after them. Just as the