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ward from Clear Springs, with orders to proceed toward Columbus and destroy the Mobile and Ohio Railroad as much as possible.
The gallant Colonel has unfortunately not been heard of since, except through the Memphis Appeal, which says that near Okolona he was met by a large confederate force, was himself seriously wounded and lost fifteen men. The remainder, it is to be hoped, got safely back to La Grange.
It rained all day on the twenty-first.
The two Illinois regiments passed through Starkion.
From the time the command left Starkville, Colonels Grierson and Prince, in consultation, felt thoroughly convinced that it was of the utmost importance that the railroad — or, at all events, the telegraph — should be interrupted between Okolona and Macon, as near Macon as possible; and two volunteer scouts, (private Post, of the Second Iowa, and private Parker, of the Sixth Illinois,) who had offered to do the work, backed out at last from the perilous undertaking.
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