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left to my discretion the route by which my division should cross the mountains, I determined to make the ascent by the Park road, thence to Tracy City, thence by Johnson's to Purdon's, where I would fall into the road leading from McMinnville, by Altam Cut, to Thurman. Immediately on receiving the order I despatched instructionted by the Rossville and Lafayette road, I was informed further that Buckner's command, which had been posted at Tyner's Station, on the railway, had retreated by Johnson, to Ringgold; but I subsequently learned that he did not go so far eastward as Ringgold, but passed through Greysville, and thence to Lafayette. The bulk of thesill, and just before I had received the order to move into action a contraband came into my lines, from whom I learned that this force was the division of General Bushrod Johnson. Knowing that it would pass the creek immediately on my evacuating my position, if it should not be occupied by some other troops, I despatched one of
o their arrival the firing had ceased. General Johnson's line faced nearly north, about perpendived from the same source to report to General Bushrod Johnson, whose command was then heavily presswhich we found, to move to the support of General Johnson, already in position; the centre rested ithe left, to form on the left of Brigadier-General Bushrod Johnson; but on taking my position, undeline having been formed, I was ordered by General Johnson to make a right wheel again, or swing to igades of that division on my right. General Bushrod Johnson was present and called for a comparisered to take position in rear of McNair's and Johnson's brigades, in reserve. About eleven A. M., o change position, being transferred from General Johnson's to General Walker's division. The piecg's brigades, the whole commanded by Brigadier-General Johnson, was formed by placing Johnson's briGeneral: Captain: In obedience to Brigadier-General Johnson's order of yesterday, I have the hon[19 more...]