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and Polk's corps camping at Rock Spring. General Bragg made his headquarters at Leet's Tanyard, near Walker County, on Pea Vine Creek. The following order defined the movement: Circular.headquarters army of Tennessee, Leet's Tanyard, September 18, 1863. I. Major-General W. H. T. Walker's division will move to Alexander's Bridge, or Byram's Ford, and there cross the Chickamauga. II. Major-General Buckner will move on Tedford's Ford, and there cross the river. Both these columns willeleven o'clock, and while matters were brought to a halt by this collision, the following circular, of same tenor with the previous one, but more ample, was received: Circular.headquarters army of Tennessee, in the field, Leet's Tanyard, September 18, 1863. I. Johnson's column, (Hood's,) on crossing at or near Reid's Bridge, will turn to the left by the most practicable route, and sweep up the Chickamauga toward Lee and Gordon's Mills. II. Walker, crossing at Alexander's Bridge, will u
of the General commanding the city. The day's work had been so arduous that it was impossible to start immediately in pursuit of Price's retreating army. A strong force was organized and sent out under command of Colonel Merrill, on the following morning, however. It has not yet returned. General Davidson issued the following congratulatory order this morning, addressed to the soldiers of his division: headquarters cavalry division, Department of the Missouri, Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 18, 1863. General Orders No. 62: Soldiers of the cavalry division! I congratulate you, that your long and weary march is at length terminated by victory. Little Rock, the capital of the State of Arkansas, the key of the Trans-Mississippi department, is in our hands. The United States Arsenal, uninjured, is repossessed. The feet of the rebel army — who, but a day or two ago, filed with downcast heads through the streets of the city — will tread the sands of the Arkansas no more. But, com