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inth, March 30, 1862. Capt. E. J. Sanders, Memphis, Tenn.:
sir: Your letter of the 29th instant trs, no. 63. headquarters Army of the West, Memphis, Tenn., April 23, 1862.
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Hers, no 64. headquarters Army of the West, Memphis, Tenn., April 24, 1862.
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h, April 26, 1862. Major-General Van Dorn, Memphis, Tenn.:
Planters along Mississippi hesitate toto Corinth.
They will at once encamp near Fort Pickering, draw their rations for ten days, and prepis date, headquarters Army of the West, at Memphis, Tenn. artillery Brigade.
composition not statmmanding.
headquarters Army of the West, Memphis, Tenn., April 29, 1862. C. F. Jackson, Governor mo, under your order, the quartermaster at Memphis, Tenn., furnished me four steamboats for cotton-b) in Crittenden County, Arkansas, opposite Memphis, Tenn., to destroy which I have detailed 2 men to State Guard, Comdg. Confederate Troops.
Memphis, Tenn., June 5, 1862. Commodore J. E. Montgomery,
Robertson's battery, Capt. F. H. Robertson.
Claimed by Alabama and Florida.Ketchum's (Alabama) battery, Capt. W. H. Ketchum.
Knoxville, Tenn., March 9his post to your command.
If Dowd's (Twenty-fourth Mississippi) regiment from Florida arrived at Chattanooga detain it there.
Telegraph General Johnston the condita.
1st Louisiana.5th Georgia.
Claimed by Alabama and Florida. Burtwell's (Alabama) battery.
Second Brigade. Fourth Brigade.
Brig. Gen. Ja.
1st Louisiana.24th Alabama.
Claimed by Alabama and Florida.5th Georgia.
Second Brigade.Fourth Brigade.
Brig. Gen.aching that point.
I have telegraphed to learn whether the two regiments from Florida for which you asked can be spared, and, if so, will order them to Chattanooga. that as he telegraphed you on yesterday, two regiments have been ordered from Florida, to report to you at Chattanooga without delay.
He is in receipt of a communi