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Movement against Jackson-fall of Jackson-Intercepting the enemy-battle of Champion's Hill When the news reached me of McPherson's victory at Raymond about sundown my position was with Sherman.
miles. One (Osterhaus) was at Raymond, on a converging road that intersected the other near Champion's Hill; one (Carr's) had to pass over the same road with Osterhaus, but being back at Mississippi orders were repeated several times without apparently expediting McClernand's advance.
Champion's Hill, where Pemberton had chosen his position to receive us, whether taken by accident or design oad.
From Raymond there is a direct road to Edward's station, some three miles west of Champion's Hill.
There is one also to Bolton.
From this latter road there is still another, leaving it ab uld; Osterhaus to follow him. The pursuit was continued until after dark.
The battle of Champion's Hill lasted about four hours, hard fighting, preceded by two or three hours of skirmishing, some