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TRENTON, TENN., July 30, 1862.

General LOGAN, Jackson:

Can you inform me at what place they crossed the Hatchie and in what force? Have you heard to-day from my cavalry?

G. M. DODGE,

Brigadier-General.

JACKSON, July 30, 1862.

General DODGE, Trenton:

They crossed at Estanaula, 600 or 700 strong. Have heard from your cavalry to-day. They are going in the direction of Estanaula, supported by my cavalry.

JOHN A. LOGAN,

Brigadier-General.

HUMBOLDT, TENN., July 30, 1862.

General LOGAN, Jackson:

Where are Hogg and Brackett?

BRYANT,

Colonel, Commanding.

JACKSON, July 30, 1862.

Colonel BRYANT, Humboldt:

Moving in the direction of Estanaula, supported by my cavalry.

JOHN A. LOGAN,

Brigadier-General.

HUMBOLDT, July 30, 1862.

General LOGAN, Jackson:

Are Jackson's forces between Brackett's forces, and where, or by the river?

GEORGE E. BRYANT.

JACKSON, July 30, 1862.

G. E. BRYANT, Humboldt:

I cannot tell you. It will be necessary to keep a sharp lookout.

JOHN A. LOGAN.

BOLIVAR, TENN., July 30, 1862.

Brigadier General JOHN A. LOGAN, Jackson:

It was Pinson's Mississippi cavalry that Major Stewart engaged yesterday evening.

Slemons' Arkansas cavalry were south of Hatchie and Brownsville yesterday morning. Cotton Jackson's cavalry retired from Estanaula, Tenn., Sunday, immediately after the fight at mouth of Clower Creek, and on Monday were returning toward La Grange. This is what is credibly reported.

JOHN A. McCLERNAND,

Major-General, Commanding.