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ade movement by reversing the column as it then stood, for the purpose of returning towards Edwards' Depot to take the Brownsville road, and thence to proceed towards Clinton by a route north of the railroad. A written reply to General Johnston's ikson road. Just at this moment the following communication was received by courier: Camp between Livingston and Brownsville, May 17, 1863. Lieutenant-General Pemberton: Your dispatch of to-day, by Captain Henderson, was received. If Haineallel with the railroad and south of it, our march will be on the road leading from Edwards' Depot in the direction of Brownsville. This road runs nearly parallel with railroad. In going to Clinton, we shall leave Bolton's Depot four miles to the pplies having been obtained, the army marched towards the Big Black, and on the evening of July first encamped between Brownsville and the river. Reconnoissances, which occupied the second and third, convinced me that attack north of the railroad