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auregard, on the morning of the 3d of April, 1862, to General A. S. Johnston, who accepted the same without modification in a single particular. Thomas Jordan, Brig.-Gen. and A. A. G. The following passage is taken from a statement of Colonel D. Urquhart, of General Bragg's staff, addressed to General Jordan. It confirms, as the reader will see, all that precedes: Narragansett, R. I., August 25th, 1880. My dear General,—I am in receipt of your letter of—, and in reply have to saff, he should issue all orders without the formula of being submitted and approved by General Johnston, except, of course, such an order as that of directing the offensive. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Yours truly, David Urquhart. To General Thomas Jordan, New York. At the hour prescribed in the preparatory circular to the corps commanders, which had been sent out that morning—viz., about ten o'clock—the troops were all under arms in Corinth, apparently ready fo
r, 13th Iowa, commanding brigade, in his Report, says (Record of the Rebellion, vol. IV. p. 379): The fire of the enemy's guns ceased at dark, and during the night we remained under arms in that position. Extract of a letter from Colonel David Urquhart, of General Bragg's staff, to General Thomas Jordan, late A. A. G. Of the united Confederate forces at and around Corinth. Narragansett, R. I., August 25th, 1880. Dear General,—* * * * * * During the first day of the battle ofombined armies, up to the moment in the afternoon when it was withdrawn, carrying off so considerable a part of the enemy's captured artillery, and in such good order that Buell's and Grant's armies did not venture to follow. Yours truly, David Urquhart. To Genl. Thomas Jordan, New York. For Genl. G. T. Beauregard, New Orleans, La. Thomas Jordan. Appendix to Chapter XXIII. Telegram. Jackson, Tenn., Feb. 21st, 1862. General L. Polk, Columbus: Can you spare General McCown