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orps at Little River. The corps reached Milledgeville on the twenty-second of November. Two regiments were sent forward to take possession of the city and establish the necessary guards. The Fourteenth corps left Atlanta on the morning of November sixteenth, and moved via Decatur, Covington, and Shady Dale to Milledgeville, arriving at the latter place November twenty-third. The Georgia Railroad was destroyed by the Fourteenth corps from Lithonia to Yellow River, and from Social Circle to Maded by the foraging parties, constantly out from the different brigades of the command, it is impossible to state with accuracy. Probably the nearest approximation which can be given, will be to state, that the corps left Atlanta on the sixteenth day of November, with but seven and one half (7 1/2) days' supplies of the substantial ration. It arrived before Savannah, December eleventh, with about five (5) days in the wagons; only three and one half (3 1/2) days having been issued and lost duri
cond brigade, First division, Fourteenth army corps. Drew clothing and equipped the unarmed men of the command. November sixteenth, left Atlanta, marching on the Augusta road, and camped at Lithonia Station, on the Augusta and Atlanta Railroad. Suacked at Nickojack Creek, twenty miles. November fifteenth, moved at daylight to Atlanta, (12) twelve miles. November sixteenth, left Atlanta at eleven A. M., passing through Decatur, and bivouacking at Snapfinger Creek, marching ten miles. vision crossed the Chattahoochee River. November fifteenth, marched through and camped near the city of Atlanta. November sixteenth, passed through Decatur and marched as far as Shaphinger Creek. From the seventeenth the march was continued throuy-five head. On these supplies, together with what was drawn from the country, the division subsisted from the sixteenth of November to the sixteenth of December. The amount of sweet potatoes, hogs, cattle, and poultry taken in the country and
one Mountain and encamped for the night. November 16.--It crossed Yellow River and Rock Bridge, ard, in which position it remained until November sixteenth, when it started on the march in rear oftain. Distance marched, fourteen miles. November 16.--Marched seven miles, and went into camp nn (13) miles. Early on the morning of November sixteenth, the march was resumed. The position of. Distance marched, fifteen (15) miles. November 16.--Started at nine A. M., and marched fast fcatur and Lithonia on the fifteenth, and November sixteenth, crossing a branch of the Ocmulgee Riverontinued until eight o'clock A. M. of November sixteenth, when, after halting two hours for breakf the buildings were wrapped in flames. November 16th. Our march continued all night; went intopon the march until eight o'clock A. M., November sixteenth, when stopped for breakfast, and were ag laboring wagon-train to Stone Mountain. November sixteenth, marched to Rock Bridge, and crossed Yel[8 more...]
, halted an hour for dinner at Decatur. Wednesday, Nov. 169 30 A. M.4 30 P. M.8 McGuire's FarmFineGnth day of November, 1864. On the sixteenth day of November, the battery was in action at Lovejory division at this place. On the sixteenth day of November, Wheeler's command having been encoucaptains, 7 lieutenants, 220 enlisted men. November 162CannonRodman, with carriages and one hundred rounds ammunition. November 163CaissonsCaptured at Jonesboro and burned. November 15140Stand small-armsCaptured from pickets.Total, 865. November 16175Stand small-armsCaptured at Lovejoy, Ga. tand small-armsCaptured at Waynesboro, Ga. November 164Boxes fixed ammunitionFor 3-inch regulationDec. 14160HidesBurned during the campaign. November 16500Bushels corn-mealRebel commissary stores destroyed at Jonesboro, Ga. November 1650Barrels molassesRebel commissary stores destroyed at Jone year: Captured near Bear Creek Station, November sixteenth, 24; Macon, November twentieth, 15; Wayn
we formed line at seven A. M., starting at half-past 7 A. M., moved out of the city on the Decatur road at two P. M., halted near Decatur for dinner. After dinner, resumed the march, which was continued until half-past 4 A. M., on Wednesday, November sixteenth, when we halted, rested, and breakfasted, resuming the march at fifteen minutes past seven A. M. Camped for the night at fifteen minutes past seven P. M.; marching distance from Atlanta being about twenty-seven (27) miles. Thursday upon this duty during the occupation of the city by our forces. During this period no foraging-parties were sent out, but a small detail accompanied two general foraging expeditions, and brought in each time a wagonload of corn-fodder. November sixteenth, the regiment broke camp and started upon the march with the other regiments of the provost-guard, in the rear of the Fourteenth corps. It moved on the line of the Augusta Railroad as far as Covington, thence south through Eatonton to Mill
umn from Kelly's Ford was obliged to move over to the railroad, to secure the opening of the river at Rappahannock Station. The pursuit was continued to Brandy Station, the cavalry proceeding to Culpeper, where it was ascertained the enemy had retired to his old position on the Rapidan. A position was taken up from Kelly's Ford through Brandy Station to Welford's Ford, and work immediately commenced on the repairs of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad to the Rappahannock. By the sixteenth of November, the road was put in order, the bridge built over the Rappahannock, and by the nineteenth of November the sidings of a depot at Brandy Station were constructed, and supplies for the use of the army brought up and delivered. As the subsequent operations of the army were important, and I desire to narrate them in more detail, I shall submit them in a special report. The casualties occurring in the several affairs herein reported were transmitted to your office at the several times