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ggart, Assistant Adjutant-General, for faithfulness and efficiency as an Assistant Adjutant-General. Major-General Slocum's Report. headquarters left wing, army of Georgia, Savannah, Georgia, Jan. 9, 1865. Captain L. M. Dayton, Aid-de-Camp: Captain: I have the honor of submitting the following report of operations of the Fourteenth and Twentieth corps during the recent campaign: By virtue of special Field Orders No. 120, Headquarters Military Division of the Mississippi, November ninth, 1864, the army then in the field near Kingston and Atlanta, was divided into wings, the Fourteenth and Twentieth corps constituting the left wing of the army. Prior to this organization these corps had formed a part of the army of the Cumberland, under Major-General George H. Thomas; the Fourteenth under command of Brevet Major-General J, C. Davis, and the Twentieth corps under my command. After the capture of Atlanta, the Twentieth corps occupied the city and the line of works constru
ded to Latimer's farm, returning to its camp October twenty-fourth, 1864. This was the only change of duty of any material importance which occurred until November ninth, 1864, when Colonel Young, with his command of about one thousand (1000) cavalry and a section of artillery, drove in the pickets of the brigade, and sought to eenemy have not, in one instance, made a stand of sufficient length to require the necessity of such measures. From the second of September, 1864, to the ninth of November, 1864, nothing more than the regular routine of camp duties occurred. On the morning of November ninth, we were unceremoniously awoke by the rattling of artill south of the city, and bivouacked. About noon, on the sixth November, orders were received to move back to our original camp, which was done. On the ninth November, 1864, the enemy attacked the picket-line on the Macon road, and advanced with a section of artillery and a few dismounted cavalry toward our works. The regiment