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d on the 8th General Butler sent Brigadier-General Thomas Williams, with 1400 men of the 4th Wisconsburg on the 18th, when Commander Lee and General Williams jointly demanded from the authorities theon the bluff, 200 feet above the river, while Williams could not land till the batteries were silenct-Commander Ransom, shelled the town, and General Williams sent four companies of the 4th Wisconsin, Lieutenant George DeKay, Aide-de-Camp to General Williams, was mortally wounded, while in front of rds.
Accordingly, on the 20th of June, General Williams again set out for Vicksburg, under convoye result of privation, had done their work on Williams's men; of the 3200 men that went up the river spent its vigor and developed its direction, Williams re-formed the 21st Indiana and 6th Michigan, d a man of the highest courage and honor, General Williams's death was long and deeply regretted in om equal — about 2500 on either side.
When Williams fell, Colonel Thomas W. Cahill, of Connecticu