Between Virginia and the Mississippi.—from Vicksburg to Abingdon
Phillips's raid to Grenada
McPherson advances from Vicksburg
Forrest's raid to Jackson
W. T. Sherman's advance to Meridian
Sovy Smith's failure
Osband's fight .
Each party returned the way it came.
They encountered little resistance, and their losses were inconsiderable.
Gen. McPherson, with Tuttle's and Logan's divisions of infantry and Winslow's cavalry, 8,000 in all, was pushed out from Vicksburg
ng with and pushing back Wirt Adams's cavalry and Cosby's, Logan's, and Whitman's brigades of infantry, until, finally, McPherson found himself confronted by a superior force, comprising Loring's division and other forces hurried down from Grenada away with more men and better horses than he led into Tennessee.
Gen. Sherman, with four divisions of Hurlbut's and McPherson's corps, and a brigade of cavalry under Winslow, low, moved
Feb. 3, 1864. eastward from Vicksburg through Jackson, c
r at Ringgold, 445; killed at Franklin, 683.
Clendenin, Major, captures raiders, 404.
Clinton, Miss., captured by McPherson, 306.
Cockrell, Gen., wounded at Franklin, 683.
Coffey, Gen., in Missouri, 36; at Lone Jack, 36.
Jacksonville, Fla., retaken by Unionists, 459; Union Convention at, 459, 532.
Jackson City, Miss., captured by McPherson, 306; Sherman drives Johnston's army out of, 317.
Jaensen, Major, killed before Vicksburg, 290.
James river, scent Fort Donelson, 283.
McNeil. Col. John, routs guerillas at Kirksville, Mo., 35-6: cooperates against Price, 560.
McPherson, Gen. James B., at Corinth, 230; at Lamar, 286; triumphs at Raymond, 305; captures Clinton and Jackson, 306; at Champio station, 397; Gens. Meade and Buford cross the, 394; railroad destroyed by the Rebels rebuilt, 398.
Raymond, Miss., McPherson's battle at, 305.
Reagan, John H., captured at Irwinsville, 756.
Reams's Station, Hancock's fight at, 593.