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second division of his corps, commanded by Gen. Stuart, by that road, which was rapidly and succes my instructions, hastened up the river to General Stuart's division of his corps, the head of whichivision, appeared to the right and rear of General Stuart's. Indicating to Gen. Morgan the groundm to occupy, I ordered Gen. Sherman to move Gen. Stuart's division to the right, and General Steele line of battle, reaching near the bayou. General Stuart's, and General A. J. Smith's divisions werWood commanding, was posted to the left of General Stuart's division, on the road leading into the Poffman commanding, in the interval between General Stuart's and General Steele's divisions, and the de of the Fort, who in like manner honored General Stuart by giving them into his charge. Seven s; while Generals Steele, Smith, Osterhaus, and Stuart, and the several brigade commanders, displayedhe centre, and Gen. Blair's the left. In Gen. Stuart's division, Acting Gen. G. A. Smith's briga