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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 33. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.19 (search)
nd howitzers being placed on this road. Colonel Stockdale, with part of Hoover's company, proceederoken English. From him Colonels Powers and Stockdale learned that the Fourteenth New York Metropos' Army from New Orleans three days before. Stockdale's Mississippi battalion numbered 250 man, yeand, even if they had any such inclination. Stockdale's men swept through this camp like a hurrica would meet with death. Colonels Powers and Stockdale, with the remainder of the battalion, remainown of Clinton. About 2 o'clock in the day, Stockdale's Battalion was ordered to make a reconnoiss foot, and make a rush for the bridge, which Stockdale was still holding. Gage's and Garland's bat, causing the center to waver and give back; Stockdale at once taking advantage of this confusion is from Jackson, about July 25. Gage's and Stockdale's Battalions were sent around on the Port HuMississippi. Colonel Gage was killed and Colonel Stockdale seriously wounded, as was Captain James [12 more...]