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pass to the front early to-morrow, and go to Raymond if I can, from that place. I shall return onout five thousand strong, within two miles of Raymond. This body was a part of the reenforcements m the field. Pursuit was made at once, and Raymond was entered by the national troops at five Clinton is only ten or twelve miles from Raymond, so that the entire command was now well in hne division of your corps through this place (Raymond) to Clinton, charging it with destroying the or nine miles from this place, and a third to Raymond, ready to support either of the others. Alsovision, Mississippi Springs with another, and Raymond with a third; his fourth division was at Aubue third, which is seven and a half miles from Raymond, Hovey and McPherson were moving. These werefidence, even ordered troops from Jackson and Raymond to fall on the flank and rear of his antagonit. These unfortunates accordingly came up to Raymond and met their own destruction; for Grant, ins[3 more...]
een war is aware how small an estimate six thousand is for the stragglers in an unsuccessful campaign. The calculation is simple. 42,000Prisoners. 12,000Killed and wounded. 6,000Stragglers. —— 60,000Total. This estimate is proof of Pemberton's force at the beginning of the campaign. He surrendered thirty-two thousand men at Vicksburg; three thousand were captured at Champion's hill; nearly two thousand at the Big Black bridge, and at least two thousand others at Port Gibson and Raymond, and during the campaign and siege; while those who escaped with Loring, from Champion's hill, could not have been fewer than four thousand. 32,000Surrendered at Vicksburg. 3,000Captured at Champion's hill. 2,000Captured at Big Black bridge. 2,000Captured at Port Gibson, etc. 4,000Loring. 10,000Killed and wounded in Pemberton's command. 3,000Stragglers. —— 56,000Total. There can no longer be a doubt that many rebel officials persistently and designedly misstated the numbers