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ond report was made, embracing operations up to that time, as follows: headquarters Department and army of the Tennessee, Irwin's Cross-Roads, Georgia, November 27, 1864. Major-General W. T. Sherman: General: In accordance with instructions from your headquarters, contained in Special Field Or der, dated November twenty-thl remain here to-day. Respectfully, O. O. Howard, Major-General. In accordance with instructions from the General-in-Chief, dated Sandersville, November twenty-seventh, 1864, I issued the following order: headquarters Department and army of the Tennessee, Irwin's Cross-Roads, Georgia, November 27, 1864. Special fieNovember 27, 1864. Special field orders No. 179: V. The army will move forward substantially as follows: 1. Major-General Osterhaus will move his left column of two (2) divisions by the Louisville road to the intersection of the Johnson road, and thence to Johnson this evening, being careful to clear that intersection at an early hour to-morrow morning.
army corps, near Savannah, Ga., January 6, 1865. Captain: You will please find below a report of the casualties which have occurred in this brigade since leaving Atlanta. Thirty-third Ohio volunteer infantry, one enlisted man missing, November tenth, 1864; one enlisted man wounded, November twenty-fourth, 1864; Twenty-first Wisconsin volunteer infantry, one enlisted man missing, November nineteenth, 1864; Eighty-eighth Indiana volunteer infantry, one enlisted man captured, November twenty-seventh, 1864. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, H. C. Hobart, Colonel Commanding. Captain G. W. Smith, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Fourteenth Army Corps Lieutenant-Colonel Brigham's Report. headquarters Second brigade, First division, Fourteenth army corps, Savannah, Georgia, December 30, 1864. Captain: In compliance with circular dated headquarters First division, Fourteenth army corps, December twenty-ninth, 1864, I have the honor to submit the following repor
; and on the twenty-second of November, 1864, reached Milledgeville, Georgia, where we remained one day. On the twenty-fourth instant, resumed the march in an easterly direction to Sandersville, from which place our course was due south to a point on the Macon and Savannah Railroad, called Tennille, or Station No. 13. The brigade assisted in destroying the railroad track until noon, when the march was resumed in the direction of Davisboro, where I arrived at ten o'clock P. M. November twenty-seventh, 1864. On the following morning, the brigade was detached for the purpose of escorting the headquarter train Twentieth corps to Spiers Station, where I encamped for the night. On the morning of November twenty-ninth, 1864, I received orders to march the brigade to Station No.??10 1/2. on the Macon and Savannah Railroad, with instructions to destroy one (1) mile of railroad track to the west of said station, and to the east as far as the Ogeechee River, and also the bridge crossi
. N. Irvine,CorporalH   1December 7, 1864. 22Richard Gifford,CorporalH   1December 7, 1864. 23Floyd Gay,PrivateH   1December 7, 1864. 24Alonzo F. Tilton,PrivateH   1December 7, 1864. 25George W. Downes,PrivateI1   Waynesboro, Ga., December 4, 1864. 26Abner Curry,PrivateI 1  Near Ebenezer Creek, Ga. 27Jesse Robinson,PrivateK1   Waynesboro, Ga., December 4, 1864. 28Baton H. Lewis,PrivateK   1Near Macon, Ga., November 28, 1864.  Third Indiana Cavalry.  1John M. Folmer,PrivateM  1 November 27, 1864. 29Total,  59312  Matthew Van Buskirk, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding. Charles C. Freeguard, First Lieutenant and Acting Adjutant, Station, camp near Savannah, Ga. Date, December 22, 1864. List of Property captured and destroyed by the Ninety-second Illinois volunteers, mounted infantry, from November fourteenth, 1864, to December nineteenth, 1864: companies.captured, destroyed, etc.destroyed. Horses.Mules.Small-Arms.Rounds Enfield Ammunitio