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Doc. 126.-the battle of Iuka, Miss. Official report of General Grant. Iuka, Miss., September 20, 1862. To Major-General Halleck, General-in-Chief: General Rosecrans, with Stanley and Hamilton's divisions of Missouri cavalry, attacked Gen. Price south of this village, about two hours before dark yesterday, and had a sharp fight until night closed in. General Ord was to the north with an armed force of about five thousand men, and had some skirmishing with rebel pickets. This morni
Price's defeat, they are, however, likely to skedaddle in the wake of their disappointed and defeated superior, who, at the latest accounts, had started back to Tupelo, to gloat over another confederate victory (?).
So, for the present, Northern Mississippi is safe from its liberators, and Buell has an opportunity of operating at his will against Bragg, from whose vicinity we are anxiously awaiting some stirring news. J. C. C.
Jackson Mississippian account.
Baldwin, Sept. 24, 1862.