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June 29, 1863.

Major: I would respectfully report everything comparatively quiet int front of my lines yesterday; but little sharpshooting or cannonading. Two men deserted from Twenty-sixth Mississippi Regiment, Loring's DIVISION, last evening. Two wounded, Mississippi States troops; one wounded, Sixty-first Tennessee.

Very respectfully,

JNumber C. VAUGHN,

Brigadier-General.

[Major J. G. DEVEREUX.]

June 30, 1863.

Major: I would respectfully report but little sharpshooting on my

front yesterday; some cannonading in the evening.

One wounded in Ward's Artillery Battalion.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

JNumber C. VAUGHN,

Brigadier-General.

Major J. G. DEVEREUX,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

July 1, 1863.

Major: I would respectfully report considerable sharpshooting and cannonading on the morning and evening of yesterday. A gentleman and lady attempted to pass the line under a flag, but the enemy would not allow them to enter their lines.

Very respectfully,

JNumber C. VAUGHN,

Brigadier-General.

Major J. G. DEVEREUX.

Assistant Adjutant-General.

July 2, 1863.

[Major:] Sharpshooting as usual along my line yesterday; some cannonading about 3 p. m.

No casualties.

Very respectfully,&c.,

JNumber C. VAUGHN,

Brigadier-General.

July 3, 1863.

Major: But little sharpshooting by the enemy in my front yesterday; some cannonading in the evening. One killed (accident), Sixty-SECOND Tennessee Regiment; one wounded, Sixty-first Tennessee.

Very respectfully,

JNumber C. VAUGHN,

Brigadier-General.

[Major J. G. DEVEREUX.]