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ylight on the 19th, and Buckner's corps, with Cheatham's division, of Polk's, had crossed and formed divisions, with Walker on the extreme right, Cheatham's division being in reserve, the general direof artillery in most gallant charges.
Before Cheatham's division, ordered to his support, could reaction to leave an opening in our line between Cheatham and Hood.
Stewart's division, forming Buckne that battery.
But before we could land, General Cheatham had rallied our men, flanked the enemy, rot be seen with such a thing on my back.
General Cheatham who was present laughed heartily, and sairters into the house formerly occupied by General Cheatham.
November 30th.—The soldiers are busy and judicious movement, he threw a portion of Cheatham's division directly across the ridge, facing overnor Porter, General W. H. Jackson, General B. F. Cheatham and others, were assigned elegant apar of Franklin.
Discussed in papers by Generals B. F. Cheatham, G. W. Gordon, W. B. Bate, and E. Cap
ght, General, we will have those guns turned in the other direction in a few minutes.
Yes, he said, You must retake that battery.
But before we could land, General Cheatham had rallied our men, flanked the enemy, recaptured the battery, and was driving the Yankees like chaff before the wind.
We joined in the pursuit of the flyier that it was 1, myself, her veritable son, in propria persona, she exclaimed, John, take off that coat!
I would not be seen with such a thing on my back.
General Cheatham who was present laughed heartily, and said, Why madam, I have a fine Yankee overcoat myself in which I expect to keep warm this winter.
But mother could notinciple, the better the day, the better the deed, as Sunday is generally the day selected for moving.
Moved our quarters into the house formerly occupied by General Cheatham.
November 30th.—The soldiers are busy preparing log-huts for the winter.
The ground is covered with snow.
I am trying to redeem the time by reading.