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gan L. Smith to move to Charleston, to which I point I had previously ordered the corps of General Howard. On the fourteenth of December, all of my command on the field lay along the Hiawassee. Having communicated to General Grant the actual state of affairs, I received orders to leave on the line of the Hawassee all the cavalry and come to Chattanooga with the balance of my command. I left the brigade of cavalry, commanded by Colonel Long, reenforced by the Fifth Ohio cavalry, Lieutenant-Colonel Heath, the only cavalry properly belonging to the Fifteenth army corps, at Charleston, and with the remainder moved by easy marches by Cleveland and Tymus depot into Chattanooga, when I received in person from General Grant, orders to transfer back to the appropriate commands the corps of General Howard and division commanded by General Jeff. C. Davis, and to conduct the Fifteenth army corps to its new field of operations. It will thus appear that we have been constantly in motion sinc