War of the Rebellion: Serial 010 Page 0661 Chapter XXII. SIEGE OF CORINTH, MISS.

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May 30, 1862.-Corinth evacuated by the Confederates and occupied by the Union forces.

Destruction of Cypress Creek and Tuscumbia Bridges.

Capture of Booneville, Miss.

31, 1862.-Skirmish at Tuscumbia Creek, Miss.

2, 1862.-Affair near Rienzi, Miss.

3, 1862.-Skirmish at Blackland, Miss.

Reconnaissances toward Baldwyn and Carrollsville, Miss.

4, 1862.-Skirmishes at Osborn's and Wolf's Creeks, Miss.

6, 1862.-Reconnaissance from Booneville toward Baldwyn, Miss., and skirmish.

9-10, 1862.-Reconnaissance to Baldwyn and Gunstown, Miss., and skirmish.

LIST OF REPORTS

Numbers 1.-Major General Henry W. Halleck, U. S. Army, commanding Department of the Mississippi, covering operations from April 29 to June 9, with communications from the President and Secretary of War.

Numbers 2.-Major General Don Carlos Buell, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Ohio, of operations from April 8 to June 10.

Numbers 3.-Brigadier General Alexander McD. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Ohio, of operation, of operations from April 8 to June 11.

Numbers 5.-Colonel Jacob Ammen, Twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry, commanding Tenth Brigade, of operations from May 28 to June 6.

Numbers 6.-Lieutenant Colonel Oliver H. P. Carey, Thirty-sixth Indiana Infantry, of operations from May 2 to June 11.

Numbers 7.-Colonel John H. McHenry, jr., Seventeenth Kentucky Infantry, of operations from May 2 to 30.

Numbers 8.-Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas L. Anderson, Sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations from April 8 to May 30.

Numbers 9.-Lieutenant Colonel Frederick C. Jones, Twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry, of operations from April 7 to May 30.

Numbers 10.-Colonel William Grose, Thirty-sixth Indiana Infantry, commanding Nineteenth Brigade, of operations from May 2 to June 7.

Numbers 11.-Lieutenant Colonel William H. Blake, Ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations from May 3 to 30.

Numbers 12.-Lieutenant Colonel George S. Mygatt, Forty-first Ohio Infantry, of operations from May 2 to June 13.

Numbers 13.-Brigadier General Mahlon D. Manson, U. S. Army, commanding Twenty-second Brigade, of operations from May 30 to June 4.

Numbers 14.-Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Hanson, Twentieth Kentucky Infantry, of operations from April 7 to June 12.

Numbers 15.-Captain John Mendenhall, Fourth U. S. Artillery, of operations from May 2 to June 11.

Numbers 16-Brigadeer General Thomas L. Crittenden, U. S. Army, commanding Fifth Division, of operations from April 29 to June 16.

Numbers 17.-Colonel Samuel Beatty, Nineteenth Ohio Infantry, commanding Eleventh Brigade, of operations from April 10 to June 16.

No. 18.-Brigadier General Horatio P. Van Cleve, U. S. Army, commanding Sixth Division of operations from April 29 to May 30.

Numbers 20.-Brigadier General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army, commanding right wing Army of the Mississippi, of operations from May 28 to June 12.