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H. H. Peyton Clark Phillip Dougherty Clark A. M. Christian Clay Stephen B. Moore Coles D. Wickersham Cook G. S. Kimberly Cook S. Corning Judd Fulton Charles Sweeney Fulton L. Walker Hamilton M. Couchman Hancock M. M. Morrow Hancock J. M. Finch Hancock Dennis Smith Hancock J. S. Rainsdell Henderson A. Johnson Henderson Ira R. Wills Henry Chas. Durham Henry Morrison Francis Henry J. B. Carpenter Henry J. Osborn Jackson G. W. Jeffries Jasper G. H. Varnell Jefferson Wm. Dodds Jefferson J. M. Pace Jefferson James Sample Jersey O. W. Powell Jersey M. Y. Johnson Jo. Daviess David Sheen Jo. Daviess M. Simmons Jo. Daviess Louis Shister Jo. Daviess Thomas McKee Knox J. F. Worrell McLean E. D. Wright Menard Edward Lanning Menard Robert Halloway Mercer Robt. Davis Montgomery Thos. Grey Montgomery W. J. Latham Morgan J. O. S. Hays Morgan J. W. McMillen Morgan D. Patterson Moultri
, Throgmorton's Mills, Russelville, Mount Hope, and Jasper, to Sanders' ferry, on the west fork of the Black Wruck Blackwater creek, about twenty-five miles from Jasper. The crossing of the last mentioned stream, and the, but by industry everything was forced through to Jasper and the ford on the Warrior with but little loss ofd Tuscaloosa as far as Eldridge, and thence east to Jasper. In this order the different divisions arrived aatened to occur at any moment. I had also heard at Jasper, on the twenty-seventh, that a part of Forest's for, a distance of twenty-eight miles, passing through Jasper. This was one of the hardest day's marches in thanding to move on and join the First brigade beyond Jasper; but, upon reaching Jasper, I was unable to ascertaJasper, I was unable to ascertain the direct road taken by the First brigade, and I therefore moved my battery on the direct road leading to ry ; made sixteen miles. Twenty-eighth. Reached Jasper at one o'clock, making eight miles by one o'clock P