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's horse was shot under him.
Order of General Rosecrans.
headquarters army of the Mississipe same evening information was received by Gen. Rosecrans, that the rebel cavalry had dashed into Iube far distant, for about the same time, General Rosecrans became aware that Price had occupied Iuk
The wounded were properly attended to. Generals Rosecrans, Stanley, Hamilton, and Sullivan, and Acning we rested near the fort north of Major-General Rosecrans's headquarters.
About ten o'clock ath — as will appear hereafter.
Meantime, General Rosecrans, appreciating the fact that Beauregard'se minutes it was silenced.
This was why General Rosecrans said: Let 'em plant it.
The enemy dragg
At this period the skilful management of Gen. Rosecrans began to develop.
It was discovered that s still prostrate.
Adjt.-Gen. Clark, of General Rosecrans's staff, was seriously wounded while dis forks of Hatchie, but he did not assist General Rosecrans.
After the enemy was defeated, he sent