d which three companies were thrown out; while Geary's weak division of the 12th corps bivouacked ard says they were but six regiments. to strike Geary by surprise in that strange, wooded region; ro, and they left — all save 153 who lay dead in Geary's front, and over 100 prisoners. Their reportscreek that it was unfordable: so he dispatched Geary, supported by Cruft, up the creek to Wauhatchier's bridge-builders that they did not observe Geary, who crossed the creek at 8 A. M.,
Nov. 24.back with little more than a show of fighting; Geary's advance rounding the peak of the mountain abs assigned to duty on the extreme right, where Geary's men were nearly exhausted with hours of climenemy: Osterhaus moving eastward of the ridge, Geary on the west of it, and Cruft directly upon it, the batteries with Geary, and all moving together toward Bragg and Chattanooga.
In the progress odue of Whitaker's brigade, closely supporting; Geary and Osterhaus advancing abreast of them; and a
; at battle of Mill Spring, 42; 43; 44; at Chickamauga, 422.
Garland, Brig.-Gen., his brigade cut up at South Mountain, and himself killed, 596.
Garnett, Brig.-Gen., killed at Gettysburg, 389.
Garrard, Gen., cooperates at Mobile, 723.
Geary, Gen. John W., his charge at Cedar Mountain, 177; triumphs at Wauhatchie, 435.
Georgia, British-Confederate cruiser, captured by the Niagara, 646.
Germantown, Va., skirmish at, 188.
Gettysburg, 367; battle and map of, 378; Gens. Hancock e of, 130-1; McDowell's corps retained for defense of, 131; Gen. Banks in command at, 194; Early menaces and is repulsed from, 605.
Washington, Capt., killed at Vicksburg, 310.
Washington, N. C., Foster repels Hill at, 483.
Wauhatchie, Gen. Geary victorious at, 435.
Waynesboroa,Va., Sheridan routs Early at, 727.
Waynesboroa, Ga., Kilpatrick at, 691; 692.
Wead, Gen. F. F., killed at Cold Harbor, 582.
Webb, Brig.-Gen., wounded at Gettysburg, 388.
Webb, Col., killed at Sabin