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their autumn wreath.
At the west end is a smaller house — the old office of the Knoxville Whig--which is about six feet from the other; and between the two houses stand three locust trees that tip their pennates above the roof of the Tennessee patriot.
October seventh, started on the march at sunup.
Passed through Knoxville, and moved up the Rutlege road eight miles and went into camp near Morris's old storehouse.
Rained all day. Remained here in camp until early on the morning of the ninth, when we went back to Knoxville and went into camp on the north side of town, and remained here till the night of the twenty-second.
During which time our regiment sent two large details to Cumberland Gap, and did as much foraging, scouting, and picket-duty as other regiments here.
October twenty-second, remained in camp.
Nothing of interest.
At nine o'clock in the night we started on the march for Loudon.
Marched till two o'clock and bivouacked till daylight, when it commenced rainin