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vivors. Few troops, who have suffered so heavily, have been victorious on the field of their losses. But the result is only another evidence of the invincible spirit of our people, which, under the guidance of Providence, must finally win us our independence as a nation. I am, Colonel, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, S. B. Buokner, Major-General, lately commanding Buckner's Corps. Report of Major Frank Porter. headquarters Buckner's division, near Chattanooga, Nov. 10, 1863. To Major William F. Martin, Assistant Adjutant-General: Major: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the artillery of General Buckner's corps, at the battle of Chickamauga. It consisted of Williams' battalion of four batteries; Leyden's battalion of three batteries, and three batteries of Major-General Stewart's division, acting with their brigades. Leyden's battalion was attached to Brigadier-General Preston's division, and by his order one battery w
e, and of the want of transportation in the division, a small amount of baggage and a few cooking utensils were left in camp. A statement of these losses, which were really slight and unavoidable, was forwarded to the commanding General, through Colonel Chilton. The outpost force at the other fords named herein were withdrawn without loss and in good order. Very respectfully, etc., R. E. Rodes, Major-General Report of Brigadier-General Hays. headquarters Hays' brigade, November 10, 1863. Major J. W. Daniel: Major: In pursuance of orders from division headquarters, my brigade, under command of Colonel D. P. Penn, Seventh Louisiana regiment, I myself being engaged in conducting a court of inquiry in the case of Colonel Skinner, Fifty-second Virginia regiment, left camp at sunrise, the sixth instant, and proceeded to the Rappahannock River, near the point where the Orange and Alexandria Railroad bridge formerly spanned that stream. Arrived there, Colonel Penn relieve
W. H. Watterson, clerk of my brigade quartermaster; and to Mr. Phipps, and other guides, my thanks are especially due for their activity, energy, and judgment on this occasion. To Lieutenant W. M. Hopkins, of my personal staff, I am under great obligations for the efficient discharge of his official duties. Very respectfully, Your obedient servant W. E. Jones, Brigadier-General. Report of Colonel Giltner. headquarters Second cavalry brigade, near Kingsport, Tennessee, November 10, 1863. Major T. Rowland, A. A. G.: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the troops under my command during the recent expedition into the enemy's lines: In obedience to orders from district headquarters, I moved out of Kingsport at six P. M., on the fifth instant. You are already furnished with the general order containing the different corps of the command, and their order of march. The whole force did not exceed twelve hundred, as the return of my Ad