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llahoma that the advance of the enemy toward Stevenson and Sparta will be impeded.
There are 100 car loads of provisions at Stevenson and many thousand barrels of flour at Chattae every effort to obstruct the Nashville and Stevenson road as far toward Nashville as possible.
SVillepigue, Brigadier-General, Commanding.
Stevenson, April 6, 1862. General Maxey:
Just back d I suppose will try to get to Bridgeport or Stevenson to-morrow.
Assistant operator at this placed Chattanooga Railroad between Nashville and Stevenson.
They should keep constantly on the move, nk passage on a gravel train and proceeded to Stevenson.
From there he came to Corinth, to report h which is in great danger.
The enemy are at Stevenson.
Cannot re-enforcements be sent there from ,5582,2173,048452d Georgia unarmed.
Second (Stevenson's) Brigade 195 2,763 3,729 4,922 6 42d Georgetter's) Brigade931,3332,0272,644 9
Second (Stevenson's) Brigade2423,4874,6276,053516