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r-General P. Joseph Osterhaus, and the Seventeenth by Brigadier-General T. E. G. Ransom. The fifth of October, the army moved to Culp's fato Resaca, sending on one division by cars from Adairsville. General Ransom, with the Seventeenth corps, took a cross-road which was muddy, a reconnoissance made to-ward Snake Creek Gap by a regiment of General Ransom's command, which came upon the enemy about six miles from Resacn the left. I have omitted to mention the death of Brigadier-General T. E. G. Ransom, and will here introduce an order published to the tr with deep sorrow and regret the news of the death of Brigadier-General T. E. G. Ransom, lately commanding Seventeenth army corps. GeneralGeneral Ransom was ill at the very beginning of this campaign, but was unwilling to leave the field, and hoping the attack of the fell disease which he litter, and was resting at a comfortable house when he died. General Ransom was much beloved by all who knew him, and this army has lost on
troops were under the command of Brigadier-General T. E. G. Ransom, who carried the enemy's works cone division of the Thirteenth corps under General Ransom, were at this time on Berwick's Bay, betweo divisions of the Thirteenth corps, under General Ransom, First division, Nineteenth corps, under Grps arrived at the Cross-Roads, under Brigadier-General Ransom, to relieve the First brigade. Themen and artillery. We lost ten of the guns of Ransom's division in consequence of the position of t. The brigade started at three A. M. from General Ransom's command. At half past 5 A. M. on the eighth, General Ransom marched with the remainder of his command to encamp where General Lee encamped him. I despatched another immediately, and General Ransom went with it. About this time the commandil Cameron's division, the remaining one of General Ransom's command, until quarter past three P. M.,both feet taken off by a round shot. Brigadier-General Ransom was severely wounded while commanding[5 more...]