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Generals. --In our service we have five full Generals, ranking as we print their names, thus; Cooper, Lee, Johnston, Beauregard, and Bragg. We have seven Lieutenant Generals, ranking as follows: Longstreet, Polk, E K. Smith, Hardee, Jackson, (now dead,) Pemberton, and Holmes. We have over 200 Major Generals and Brigadiers.
whole day. Our troops, numbering not more than 9,000 men, were commanded by Gen. Johnston, and the enemy's force, amounting to between 20,000 and 30,000, was commandading directly to Vicksburg, some 70 miles from Jackson by this route. Gen. Johnston's arrival at Jackson (which occurred on the day previous to the fight) left Another, and perhaps more obstinate, engagement took place on Saturday, (Gen. Johnston in his dispatch says Friday,) near Edwards's Depot, in which, to use the lal Pemberton then fell back to Big Black bridge." It will be remembered that Gen. Johnston's dispatch stated that Gen. Pemberton, after nine hours hard fighting, was sured that Vicksburg is well supplied with provisions. The dispatch of Gen. Johnston is dated Monday, May 18th, at camp between Brownsville and Livingston. Bro are at all desperate in that quarter, and, under the skillful direction of Gen. Johnston, we have abundant reason to hope that the defence of Vicksburg will not onl