cial report of Colonel Hatch.
camp near Farmington, May 10. Lieutenant Marden, A. A.G. Brigade:o throw out two companies to the left of the Farmington road, and hold the balance of command in resnnati Commercial account.
camp near Farmington, Miss., May 10, 1862.
Gen. Pope's little armfor its protection.
We took headquarters in Farmington, run our telegraph wires to that ancient cit account.
General Pope's division, near Farmington, May 10, 1862.
Yesterday we were treated retreated, and to-day our pickets again hold Farmington.
One curious feature of the advance now iis, had advanced beyond our intrenchments to Farmington, and were engaging the enemy advantageously., and fell back a mile or two in the rear of Farmington.
The object of the signal it is of course ich it must be termed — was the occupation of Farmington, the destruction of an important base of opeonfederate troops engaged in the skirmish at Farmington:
Twenty-fifth Louisiana.--Killed 2; wound