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tion; twenty-fourth marched via Oxford and Davistown to Blue Ridge, on the Tallapoosa, from thence, on the twenty-fifth, via Arbacorhee and Bowdoin to Carrolton, Georgia; twenty-sixth, marched to and crossed the Chattahoochee; twenty-seventh, via Newman to Flat Shoals, on Flint river; twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth, via Barnesville and Forsyth to Macon. Georgia. During this march he skirmished with Jackson at Trion, whose force he estimated at five thousand; also with Wirt Adams, between Romulen, and encamped near Carrolton, Georgia. April twenty-sixth. Marched through Carrolton to the Chattahoochee at Moore's and Reese's ferries, and by eight o'clock of the next morning had crossed the river. April twenty-seventh. Marched via Newman to near Flat Shoals. At the Chattahoochee a flag of truce from the commanding officer at Newman, informed me of the armistice, and claimed protection under it; I informed them I could not recognize the information as official, but presuming it w