-Generals Mc-Clernand, Sherman, Hurlbut, and McPherson, respectively.
The Arkansas troops had beene and circuitous in a remarkable degree.
So McPherson's corps was engaged in the undertaking for mhe support of Ross; but, shortly afterwards, McPherson, with his whole corps, and an additional divoccasioned by the lack of transportation for McPherson's corps, and Grant was informed that they wet had become evident that transportation for McPherson, through the Yazoo pass, could not be procur they considered this fatal error.
Sherman, McPherson, Logan, Wilson, all opposed—all of course wi to New Carthage, twenty-seven miles below.
McPherson and Sherman were to follow McClernand, as raiken's bend, to hasten the transportation of McPherson's corps.
In fact, during this entire campf the enemy.
The Seventeenth corps, under McPherson, had followed McClernand closely, and Grant,llow as rapidly as possible, on the heels of McPherson's corps.
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