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tle: the first and second extending from Owl Creek on the left to Lick Creek on the right — a distance of about three miles--supported by the ward to watch and guard Grier's, Banner's and Borland's Fords, on Lick Creek. Thirty minutes after five o'clock A. M., our lines and column., when we were in possession of all encampments between Owl and Lick Creeks but one. Nearly all of his field-artillery, about thirty flags,A short distance out, another road takes off to the left, crosses Lick Creek, and leads back to the river at Hamburgh, some miles further up. hus formed. On the Hamburgh road, just this side the crossing of Lick Creek and under bluffs on the opposite bank that commanded the positionmburgh, some two miles from the Landing, and near the crossing of Lick Creek, the bluffs on the opposite side of which commanded the position,d, and thus easily, and without molestation reached the bluffs of Lick Creek, commanding Stuart's position. During the attack on Prentiss,
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 122.-Gen. Sherman's reconnoissance on the Corinth (Miss.) road. (search)
to-morrow; also that wagons be sent out to bring in the many tents belonging to us, which are pitched all along the road for miles. I did not destroy them, as I knew the enemy wouldn't move them. The roads are very bad, and are strewn with abandoned wagons, ambulances, and limber-boxes. The enemy has succeeded in carrying off the guns, but has crippled his batteries by abandoning the hind limber-boxes of at least twenty guns. I am satisfied that the enemy's infantry and, cavalry passed Lick Creek this morning, travelling all last night, and that he left behind all his cavalry, which has protected his retreat. But the signs of confusion and disorder mark the whole road. The check sustained by us at the fallen timbers delayed our advance, so that night came upon us before the wounded were provided for and the dead buried; and our troops being fagged out by their three days hard fighting, exposure, and privation, I ordered them back to camp, where all now are. I have the honor to