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hich were not issued as promptly as he desired.
He believed that through political influence at Richmond he was being slighted.
He adopted heroic measures; seized steamers laden with heavy cargoes of sugar going up the river to Cincinnati and Pittsburg, and confiscating the freight found on them purchased such arms as he could and embarked his command for Memphis.
While thus delayed, other organizations joined him —Lieut.-Col. John S. Marmaduke's battalion of eight companies, which he afterw
Assigned to Hardee's corps, the brigade marched to Corinth, Miss.
Being changed to the reserve corps under General Breckinridge at Corinth, they moved with the army under Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston to the attack upon the Federal camp at Pittsburg landing, where the regiment was held in reserve until 11 o'clock a. m., April 6th.
Then the regiment was ordered into action, together with the Ninth, and under the direction in person of General Johnston.
Throwing aside coats and canteens and re