The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 24, In Three Parts. Part 3, Correspondence, etc. Page: 708
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708 MISSISSJPPI, WEST TENNESSEE, ETC. [CHP. XXXVL
JACKSON, MISS., April 1, 1863.
Fort Pemberton :
Featherston's brigade and a field battery from Maury's division left
on Sunday to report to you, and I have no doubt will reach you to-day.
J. C. PEMBERTON.
VICKSBURG, April 1, 1863.
Lieutenant-General PEMBERTON :
I have reason to believe that the enemy are trying to get into upper
Deer Creek, and also into Sunflower, through Hushpuckanaw. Have
sent to reconnoiter.
C. L. STEVENSON.
GRENADA, April 1, 1863.
General PEMBERTON, Jackson:
I am well convinced from information obtained through my scouts and
other persons lately from along the Mississippi River, that the enemy
are gathering all boats to be had under 200 feet in length, in which to
bring a large force down Yazoo Pass, to flank General Loring. Their
landing troops at Locopolis and connecting the Memphis and Charles-
ton and Mississippi and Tennessee Railroads, look like efforts to the
VICKSBURG, April 1, 1863.
Maj. W. H. DAMERON,
Commissary of Subsistence, Jackson, Miss.:
MAJOR: Yours of 29th ultimo, inclosing copy of- the Commissary-
General's letter to you, of 14th ultimo, is at hand.
I assumed charge as chief of subsistence of the district on the 10th
of February, but I found the stock of subsistence stores, except sugar
and peas, almost exhausted. Since that time I have received from you
$50,000, which has been invested chiefly in corn. I have received about
30,000 pounds of bacon, 500 live hogs, 557 barrels of molasses, and large
quantities of salt, all of which has been sent over by Colonel Broad-
well; there are several hundred hogs now on the way here on this side
of the river, and several boats in the river loaded with provisions, also
sent forward by Colonel Broadwell. This supply will place the com-
missariat in better condition, I believe, than it has ever before been in
this district. If the Yankee ships can be prevented from cutting off our
communication with Eastern Louisiana and Texas, I have but little
doubt that the great energy of Colonel Broadwell, with my own exer-
tions here, will soon give us a supply that will enable us to stand a six
GEO. L. GILLESPIE,
Mqjor and Comnmissary of Subsistence, Second District.
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United States. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union And Confederate Armies. Series 1, Volume 24, In Three Parts. Part 3, Correspondence, etc., book, 1889; Washington D.C.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth154593/m1/708/?q=McNally: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.