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MEMPHIS, TENN.,

January 17, 1864.

Colonel BRACKETT,

Collierville:

The enemy are reported in force 4 miles southwest of Moscow. They may attempt to cross the railroad or destroy Grissom's Brigade.

B. H. GRIERSON,

Brigadier-General.

MEMPHIS, TENN.,

January 17, 1864.

Commanding Officer First Brigade Cavalry, La Grange, Tenn.:

Send out scouts south and west immediately to watch movements of the enemy, who are reported moving in large force.

B. H. GRIERSON,

Brigadier-General.

(Same to Commander Second Brigade, Collierville, Tenn.)

MEMPHIS, TENN.,

January 17, 1864.

Brigadier-General TUTTLE,

La Grange, Tenn.:

Has Colonel Morgan moved from Grand Junction yet/

B. H. GRIERSON,

Brigadier-General.

COLLIERVILLE, January 17, 1864.

Captain WOODWARD,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Cavalry Division:

The following has just been received:

LA FAYETTE, TENN.,

January 17, 1864.

No additional information here.

J. M. THORNBURGH,

Colonel Fourth Tennessee Cavalry.

Patrols have gone on all roads southeast and west, but nothing of importance reported.

W. SCOTT BELDEN,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

COLLIERVILLE, January 17, 1864.

Captain WOODWARD,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Cavalry Division:

Patrols have been sent to all points scout, east, and west, but no enemy has been discovered. No information of importance.

W. SCOTT BELDEN,

Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.