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en A. M., bivouacking at Athens; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Illinois joined its command, not being able to cross Elk River, it not being fordable. During the day and night the railroad bridge was finished and track repaired to Athens. October thirteenth, transportation having arrived, the First brigade left at ten A. M., Second and Third brigades and battery at three P. M., arriving at Chattanooga at ten P. M. on the fourteenth, and reported to General Schofield by direct order of General th, when the division marched all night, passing over Allatoona Mountains, through Cartersville, at seven A. M., October eleventh, and halted for the night half a mile west of Kingston. October twelfth, marched to Rome at half-past 9 P. M. October thirteenth, started for Resaca, passing through Calhoun at three P. M. next day, and reaching Resaca the same evening. Crossed the Oostanaula at daylight of the fifteenth, and encamped on the summit of Mill Creek Mountain. October sixteenth, marched
Rock Shoals, turned to the right four miles, and helped load two hundred wagons with corn. October 13 and 14.--Filled balance of wagons, one hundred and twenty-five in number, and returned with thsecond to December twenty-second inclusive: Privates, Thomas Benham, Co. A, taken prisoner October thirteenth; William Adlum, Co. B, taken prisoner October thirteenth; William Hoerhold, Co. B, committOctober thirteenth; William Hoerhold, Co. B, committed suicide October twentieth ; Thomas Duffy, Co. C, taken prisoner October twenty-third; sergeant Edward Tuttle, Co. A, accidentally shot in hand November ninth; privates, Gilbert Shaw, Co. B, taken png the day, and returned with them to encampment of night previous, recrossing South-River. October 13.--Crossed South-River again after forage, loaded and guarded train, and after sunset marched t that the enemy's main body near me was seven hundred strong, with two pieces of artillery. October 13.--At day-break, leaving the laden trains under guard at the depot, I recrossed the river, load
Dec. 2112 30 P. M.2 30 P. M.550SavannahFineGood turnpikeTwentieth, during day and night rebels evacuating Savannah.    28135   twenty-five marching days, averaging 11 25-100 miles per day. Report of foraging expeditions sent out from Atlanta, Georgia, by the Twentieth army corps, army of Cumberland, in October, 1864. date . 1864Commandant.Quartermasters in Charge.Army Wagons.Ambulances.Two-Horse Wagons.CartsBuggies.Pounds Corn.Pounds Fodder.Commissary Stores in large quantities. Oct. 13thBrigadier-General Geary, Second division,Captain G. L. Parker, A. Q. M.420    352,80028,200Cattle, sheep, poultry, sweet potatoes, honey, butter, syrup, etc. Oct. 20thColonel Robinson, Eighty-second Illinois,Captain E. P. Graves, A. Q. M.6713381011551,48830,000do.do.do. Oct. 24thColonel Dustin,Captain M. Summers, A. Q. M.82551Vehicles of all classes.607,38050,000do.do.do. Oct. 29thBrigadier-General Geary, Second division,Captain G. L. Parker, A. Q. M.652 16 4420,80030,000do.do.do.