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sten down the Des Arc road, and, if possible, rescue a prisoner just captured.
He marched rapidly for half a mile, and fell into an ambush.
The woods swarmed with rebels, and the firing was terrific.
I have since learned that over two thousand Texas troops were here drawn up in line of battle.
Capt. Miller led our advance, and was immediately followed by First Lieut. Chesebro, both of whose companies were deployed as skirmishers.
These companies began the fight.
The little cannon was plan I a report of the prisoners taken.
A large number of horses were captured, and many left dead on the field.
Sixty-six were counted within an area of half a mile square.
Our loss was seven killed, and fifty-seven wounded.
The rebel force--Texas troops — engaged in the fight could not have been far from two thousand (2000) men, and was supported by a still larger reserve force, all under the command of General Rust.
The loyal force was less than four hundred, (400,) increased just at