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n-bridge over Little River, the corps crossed and moved forward to the suburbs of Milledgeville. Two regiments under Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, (appointed commandant of the post,) were sent to occupy the town. The First and Second ms, ammunition, and accoutrements were found and destroyed, as well as salt and other public property. The report of Colonel Hawley, commander of post, forwarded herewith, will give the details of this property. The railroad depot, two arsenals, a river, and so crippled the tender Resolute, as to drive her aground, in which position she was taken possession of by Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, whose regiment was on duty on Argyle Island. Five naval officers and nineteen men were cservants and teamsters for the Government. ordnance and ordnance stores destroyed in Milledgeville, per report of Colonel Hawley, commanding post: Muskets, calibre 69,2,300 Accoutrements, sets,300 Lances,5,000 Cutlasses,1,500 Ammunition, c
n-bridge over Little River, the corps crossed and moved forward to the suburbs of Milledgeville. Two regiments under Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, (appointed commandant of the post,) were sent to occupy the town. The First and Second ms, ammunition, and accoutrements were found and destroyed, as well as salt and other public property. The report of Colonel Hawley, commander of post, forwarded herewith, will give the details of this property. The railroad depot, two arsenals, a river, and so crippled the tender Resolute, as to drive her aground, in which position she was taken possession of by Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, whose regiment was on duty on Argyle Island. Five naval officers and nineteen men were cservants and teamsters for the Government. ordnance and ordnance stores destroyed in Milledgeville, per report of Colonel Hawley, commanding post: Muskets, calibre 69,2,300 Accoutrements, sets,300 Lances,5,000 Cutlasses,1,500 Ammunition, c
removing the prisoners. On the twelfth, Colonel Hawley, commanding Third Wisconsin, on Argyle Islor special serv-ice. The Third Wisconsin, Colonel Hawley commanding, was selected, and received ord list of which is given in Appendix C. Colonel Hawley also secured a quantity of stores and animals hirteenth New-Jersey, all under command of Colonel Hawley, were sent over to the South-Carolina shorof the brigade, under immediate command of Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, and accompanirteenth New-Jersey volunteers crossed, and Colonel Hawley, commanding Third Wisconsin, with the skir arsenal, armory, etc., under direction of Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, and all govervolunteers, and two companies to report to Colonel Hawley, Third Wisconsin volunteers, and two compaany E, wounded, hand, severe, accident. Colonel Hawley's Report. headquarters Third Wisconsik, the Third regiment Wisconsin infantry, (Colonel Hawley,) belonging to First division, Twentieth a[15 more...]
Doc. 6. operations at Milledgeville, Ga. Colonel Hawley's Report. headquarters Third regiment Wisconsin veteran volunteer infantry, near Savannah, Georgia, December 25, 1864. Lieutenant-Colonel H. W. Perkins, Assistant Adjutant-General, Twentieth Army Corps: Colonel: In obedience to instructions contained in your letter of to-day, I have the honor to submit the following report of my operations while in command of the post of Milledgeville, Georgia. On the twenty-second day of Nes--was disposed of by General Sherman; manner not made known to me. One large three-story building in the square, near the State House, was burned, together with a large number of miscellaneous articles, as parts of harness and saddles, a repairshop, with all the necessary tools for repairing all kinds of war materials, etc. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, William Hawley, Colonel Commanding Third Regiment Wisconsin Veteran Volunteer Infantry. [See Tables on pages 148 and 149.]