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re tied up without food.
July 30th.-The march was continued to-day.
The face of the country bears the same character as that passed yesterday.
The general course of the trail is northwest.
Encamped this evening in a deep, narrow valley, near a small stream running westward; the water was remarkably cold.
Small saplings of maple and elm were cut down for the horses to feed on; they had suffered much for want of grass.
July 31st.-After a hard day's march, the troops encamped near the Kickapoo River — a small stream flowing into the Wisconsin.
August 1st.-Passed the Kickapoo to-day at a shallow ford.
Here commences a prairie country, with scattering groves of oak, quite as rough as that we had passed over.
This was a long day's march for the infantry, who found no difficulty, however, in keeping pace with the mounted men, whose horses were exhausted for want of food.
The troops encamped after dark.
The appearance of the trail indicated the proximity of the enemy, who were suppo