of the battle to Grant, and the arrival of A. J. Smith's last division at Nashville.
I am in hoped at this place but about five thousand men of Smith's command, which added to the force under Schoille, and wait the arrival of the remainder of Smith's force, and also of a force of about five thoded the flanks, was now massed on the right of Smith.
The interior works were manned by quartermasps 646 13,526
Twenty-third corps488 9,719
A. J. Smith5619,990
District of Tennessee63715,884
Ditration east of the Nolensville road, while to Smith, on the right, was entrusted a vigorous assaulthe earth till noon.
Under this double cover, Smith and Wilson advanced along the Charlotte and Haill on his right, by assault.
Thomas was with Smith when the message arrived, and it was referred rected the first brigade to storm the hill.—A. J. Smith's Report, January 10, 1865. The troops presd the cavalry on either flank, in the fields.
Smith and Schofield marched more leisurely behind.
ran Reserve Corps8327332751,0911,096
November 30, 1864.
Army of the Tenn.
A. J. Smith's Divisions.4888,8434838,28490518,58519,490
District of Tennessee70416,91168816,9351,06024,55025,610
District of Etowah.2106,8641996,75741811,10511,528
Unassignteran Reserve Corps1549815498181,1101,128
December 10, 1864.
Detach Army of the Tenn
A. J. Smith's Divisions.58111,3455619,9901,00421,41922,423
District of Tennessee65315,85063715,8841,02924,14825,172
District of Etowah2377,6122097,54147312,55313