Hindman had halted his division at Morgan's, some three or four miles from Davis' Cross-roadsMartin, commanding divisions, and Colonels Wheeler, Morgan, Crews and Harrison, commanding brigades, I tender onel McKelvane, Twenty-fourth Mississippi, Lieutenant-Colonel Morgan, Twenty-ninth Mississippi, Major Pegram, Tuable services on the field.
Lieutenant Bowles, of Morgan's cavalry, was temporarily attached to my staff, anme at Dalton about two hundred and forty men of General Morgan's command.
The reports of General Pegram andning from Ringgold to Peavine Creek, having with me Morgan's men (under Lieutenant-Colonel Martin) and my escoFifth Tennessee, First Louisiana, the detachment of Morgan's command, and the Louisiana battery of two rifle pers,two; privates,twelve.
In the detachment of General Morgan's command — Killed: three men. Wounded: officerng Twenty-fourth Mississippi regiment, and Lieutenant-Colonel Morgan, of the Twenty-ninth Mississippi regiment,