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tenant-General Polk was ordered forward with his remaining division to Anderson's, so as to cover Hindman's rear during the operations in the cove.
At Lafayette, I met Major Nocquet, engineer officer on General Buckner's staff, sent by General Hindman after a junction of their commands, to confer with me, and suggest a change in the plan of operations.
After hearing the reports of this officer, and obtaining from the active and energetic cavalry commander in front of our position, Brigadier-General Martin, the latest information of the enemy's movements and position, I verbally directed the Major to return to General Hindman, and say, that my plans could not be changed, and that he would carry out his orders.
At the same time the following written orders were sent to the General by courier:
headquarters Army of Tennessee, Lafayette, Ga., 12 P. M., Sept. 10, 1863. Major-General Hindman, Commanding, etc.:
General,—Headquarters are here, and the following is the information: