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arrived when the retiring column, under Major-General Loring, commenced crossing the Big Black, at Hransmit herewith; as also the report of Major-General Loring, who commanded the retreat, after the chould advance. No movement was made by Major-General Loring; he informed me that the enemy was too tly met Brigadier-General Buford's brigade, of Loring's division, on the march, and in rear of the r obedience, I was informed, to orders from General Loring. Inferring from this that General Loring ce the forces to support Vicksburg between General Loring and that place, and merely observe the ferand how soon? Have you heard nothing from General Loring? Can you send me musket-caps by courier? ndicated by you. The others, including Major-Generals Loring and Stevenson, preferred a movement by, and the demonstrations being renewed, placed Loring's division within supporting distance of Walken expectation of an immediate assault. Major-General Loring occupying the right; Major-General Walk[46 more...]
again approaching Resaca. Lieutenant-General Polk arrived in the evening with Loring's division, and was instructed to defend the place with those troops and Canty' On that day the enemy approaching on the Snake Creek Gap road, was checked by Loring's troops, which gave time for the formation of Hardee's and Hood's corps, just which this army had fought, fell by a cannon shot at an advanced post. Major-General Loring succeeded to the command, which he held until the seventh of July with gaken by the army — Hood's corps with its right on the Marietta and Canton road, Loring's on the Kennesaw Mountain, and Hardee's with its left extending across the Loss and Cleburne's divisions of Hardee's corps and French's and Featherstone's of Loring's. Lieutenant-General Hardee reports that Cheatham's division lost in killed, weburne's division, eleven; that of the enemy in his front, one thousand. Major-General Loring reported two hundred and thirty-six of his corps killed, wounded, and mi