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two Pm.., and destroyed about two miles of railroad, together with large government warehouses, the railroad depot, and sixty-two bales of cotton. November twenty-seventh, marched toward Davisboro at six A. M., and reached that place at four P. M., where we encamped, after marching about twelve miles. November twenty-eighth, brigade moved to the Georgia Central Railroad, and assisted in destroying the track, etc., from Davisboro to Spears Station, a distance of twelve miles. Arrived at Spears and encamped at seven P. M. November twenty-ninth, continued destroying the railroad at seven A. M., and reached Bostwick Station about six P. M., after having destroyed eight miles of road. November thirtieth, started this morning toward Louisville at nine o'clock, and after marching ten miles, encamped within two miles of Louisville. December first. Pursuant to orders from division headquarters, I reported with my brigade to Brigadier-General Ward, commanding Third division, Twentie
P. M., near Gum Creek. 25th. On the march at seven A. M., until noon, then halted. At nightfall crossed swamp and Big Buffalo Creek, and encamped. 26th. On the march. Advance-guard of the division passed through Sandersville, Georgia, and encamped at night near the railroad. 27th. Command was engaged in destroying railroad. Encamped at eleven P. M., near Davisboro, Georgia. Rear-guard of division. 28th. On the march; guard on corps headquarter train. Encamped at night at Spears's Turn-out. 29th. On the march at daylight, destroying railroad. 30th. Still destroying railroad, also railroad bridge; then crossed the river and encamped at eleven P. M. December 1.--On the march. 2d. On the march all day. Encamped at four o'clock P. M., near Buckhead Creek. 3d. On the march; train-guard; swampy country. 4th, 5th, 6th. On the march; making slow progress on account of swamps and poor roads. 7th. On the march at eight o'clock A. M. En, camped at ha