sippi and East Louisiana, establishing his headquarters at Jackson.
About the same time General Grant was placed in supreme lowed him, after having laid out a line of defenses around Jackson, leaving them to be constructed by Captain Thyssens. Generd from General J. E. Johnston, who had recently arrived at Jackson.
I saw, or heard read, most of these dispatches.
They we most of its cannon and wagons, joined General Johnston at Jackson.
The affair of Big Black bridge was one which an ex-Cone their eyes to the best possible advantage.
I was on the Jackson road redan, which had been terribly
Logan's division entering Vicksburg by the Jackson road, July 4, 1863.
from a sketch made at the time. pounded and was the object of constant d several double saps against our most salient works — the Jackson road redan, the Graveyard road redan, the Third Louisiana redan, on the left of the Jackson road, and the lunette on the right of the Baldwin's Ferry road.
In each of these the engin