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from Hankinson's ferry. Meanwhile, McPherson was to move by way of Utica to Raymond, thirty-five miles from the ferry, and thence into Jacksed, accordingly, on the 9th of May, to a point seven miles west of Utica, and Mc-Clernand to the Big Sandy river. That evening, McPherson was directed: March your command to. morrow to water beyond Utica, provided you find it within six or seven miles of the place, on the direct the situation in rear of Vicksburg. My advance will occupy to-day Utica, Auburn, and a point equally advanced towards the Southern Mississi more. On the same day, he ordered McPherson, who was now beyond Utica: Move your command to-night to the next cross-roads, if there is waalso arrived from the river, and was moving towards Raymond, on the Utica road. These forces were all held in reserve: it was not Grant's ino join Johnston, and set out in the darkness of the night, towards Utica. In order to avoid capture or destruction, he was forced to make a