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Headquarters moved to Holly Springs-General McClernand in command-assuming command at Young's Point-operations above Vicksburg- fortifications about Vicksburg-the
e from my base at Grenada.
On the 23d I removed my headquarters back to Holly Springs.
The troops were drawn back gradually, but without haste or confusion, fin upplies abundant and no enemy following.
The road was not damaged south of Holly Springs by Van Dorn, at least not to an extent to cause any delay.
As I had resolv eadquarters to Memphis, and to repair the road to that point, I remained at Holly Springs until this work was completed.
On the 10th of January, the work on the road from Holly Springs to Grand Junction and thence to Memphis being completed, I moved my headquarters to the latter place.
During the campaign here described, th losses (mostly captures) were about equal, crediting the rebels with their Holly Springs capture, which they could not hold.
When Sherman started on his expedit