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the battle of the cane-brake. Report of General Daniel bugles. First Military District, Dept. of Mississippi and East Louisiana, Headquarters in the Field. Okalona, Miss., June 25, 1863. Colonel B. S. Ewell, Assistant Adjutant-General, Jackson, Miss.: Colonel:--I have the honor to state for the information of the general commanding the department, (General J. E. Johnston), that on the 4th instant, I received official notice that Governor Pettus had ordered Colonel J. F. Smith's regi
les distant, and burned all the business houses, church, and some private dwellings, late in the evening of the same day. At midnight I left for New Albany, reaching the place about nine o'clock the next morning, with the force brought from near Okalona except Owens' artillery, which had not come up.
Ascertaining that the enemy numbered only some five hundred men with two guns, I sent Colonel Boyle with four hundred men, and Colonel Faulkner, of General Chalmers' command, who had for sometim