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river with a demoralized command, 100 or more miles distant, at Johnsonville, doubtless listening to the echo of Walton's guns. The fruits's escort flag nailed to the masthead, with orders to proceed to Johnsonville, where Captain Gracy expected the co-operation of the land batteries. Some miles below Johnsonville, however, four gunboats from above moved down on his craft, and after a spirited engagement Captain Grae forces under Forrest moved up the river, arriving on the 3d at Johnsonville. This was a depot of supplies for the Federal armies in the fieion. Thrall's battery of howitzers was placed in front, above Johnsonville, and Morton's and Hudson's batteries opposite and below the townarched six miles after night, guided by the light of the fire at Johnsonville. In a campaign of two weeks the forces of Forrest had captured ted that one million dollars would cover the loss of property at Johnsonville. On the 10th, Forrest's cavalry reached Corinth, Miss., and u