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December, 1861. December, 1 Sunday has just slipped away. Parson Strong attempted to get an
to stop at Cincinnati on their way hither.
Rode to Louisville this afternoon; in t , under arrest for disregarding the order.
In camp near Elizabethtown.
The road would lead in the march toward Nashville.
Jake Smith, the driver of the Headquar common officer, and wanted a good dinner.
In camp at Bacon creek, eight miles no e have become unpopular with the regiment.
General Mitchell called this afternoon parted they gave him three rousing cheers.
A reconnaissance was made beyond Green nd rounds, I thought it the relafe comin‘.
The pleasant days have ended.
The clo tenant, all of the company's own choosing.
Called on General Dumont this morning; probably by every soldier of the regiment.
General Buell is here, and a grand rev [5 more...]
December, 1862. December, 2 We move to-morrow, at six o'clock in the morning, to Nashville. December, 9 Nashville. Every thing indicates an early movement. Whether a reconnoissance is i
whole blame; twothirds is rather too much.
During all of the latter part of last , and went into camp on the Franklin road.
Our court has been holding its session them in the most genial and friendly way.
This afternoon Negley sent over a requ shot only had been fired at the foragers.
The news from Fredericksburg has cast ay and yet make no adequate return for it.
The court met this morning as usual.
re goes the boom of a cannon at the front.
This morning we started south on the F pposed to be in force at the latter place.
At four o'clock P. M. we were ordered er.
She is getting her rights, poor girl!
A little after daylight the brigade mo [6 more...]