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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 at Yazoo City Palmer's advance to Dalton Forrest takes Union City repulsed by Hiver on pontoons, and advancing through Brandon, Morton, Hillsboroa, and Decatur, across the Octibbeha and Tallahaha, to Meridian Feb. 14-16.--a railroad junction on the eastern border of the State--destroying a vast amount of railroad property, bn here on the 10th, did not leave Memphis till the 11th, and failed to reach even West Point, nearly 100 miles north of Meridian ; whence he turned back, Feb. 21. and made all speed to Memphis. Sherman was therefore obliged to retrace his steps; leaving Meridian on the 20th, and sending Winslow's cavalry so far north as Louisville to feel for Smith, but without success: so our army slowly returned unmolested to Canton. Feb. 26. Its total loss during the expedition was but 171; while it b