Senatobia will be kept in operation as long as possible. Major Alex. [H.] Chalmers will be at Wyatt, and scout in front of him.
Your obedient servant,
W. A. GOODMAN.
CIRCULAR. *] HEADQUARTERS PAROLED PRISONERS,
Enterprise, MISS., July 21, 1863.,
GENERAL: The lieutenant-general directs me to inform you that he has been notified by the President that you are exchanged and ready to be returned to duty.
I am, general, very respectfully, your obedient servant.
H. C. TUPPER,
ENTERPRISE, July 21, 1863.
Major [HENRY] C. DAVIS, Demopolis, Ala.:
Stop all paroled prisoners until further orders; camp and ration them.
J. C. PEMBERTON.
HEADQUARTERS, Enterprise, July 21, 1863.
Major-General FORNEY, Commanding, &c.,:
I am directed by the lieutenant-general commanding to say he desires that you inform him as to which regiments of your command you consider most serviceable and most desirous of a speedy exchange. He desires you give the number of men in each regiment present, giving a separate list of the sick and wounded.
I am, respectfully, your obedient servant.
R. W. MEMMINGER,
HEADQUARTERS, July 21, 1863.
Brigadier-General JACKSON, Commanding, &c.,:
SIR: General Johnston directs that you observe the movements of the enemy toward Canton. Send out strong scouting parties, and ascertain, if possible, if it is their intention to use the railroad toward Grenada.
By command, &c:
BENJ. S. EWELL,
TWO MILES WEST OF BRANDON, July 21, 1863-5 p. m.
Colonel B. S. EWELL, Assistant Adjutant-General.
COLONEL: From an intelligent paroled prisoner, who left Jackson at 8 o'clock this morning, I have obtained some information which may be of interest to the commanding general.
*Sent to Major-Generals Bowen, Forney, Smith, and Stevenson, and the brigadier-generals.