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n the direction of Waynesboro, with a view to leading the enemy to believe that our next advance would be upon Augusta. Carlin and Morgan, after a hard day's work upon the roads, went into camp at Lumpkins Station. Baird and Kilpatrick took position near Thomas Station, where the enemy was found in considerable force. December fourth, Carlin's and Morgan's divisions, with the corps trains, after destroying three (3) miles of railroad, moved in the direction of Jacksonboro, through Habersham, and encamped on the farm of Mrs. Smith, thirteen (13) miles from Lumpkins Station. Baird and Kilpatrick, after some fighting with Wheeler's cavalry, drove the enemy from Waynesboro, and across Briar Creek. Baird, in the mean time, destroyed three (3) miles of railroad, near Thomas Station. The fifth, after a hard day's march over country roads, which required much repairing, the whole corps, with Kilpatrick's cavalry, encamped in the vicinity of Jacksonboro; the advance at Buck Cre