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olonel Minty to resume the march with his division on the Thomaston road toward Macon, and to send a detachment forward that enth. Marched twelve miles, camping three miles east of Thomaston. I destroyed three large cotton factories. April twen. M. the division marched for Macon via Double bridge and Thomaston, arriving and going into camp at East Macon on the eveninmmenced to move at nine o'clock on the road to Macon, via Thomaston; marched twenty-one miles and camped. The weather was plily fordable. A further march of ten miles brought us to Thomaston, a village of about fifteen hundred inhabitants; after having crossed Big Potato creek, camped at six P. M. at Thomaston. April twentieth. Corps headquarters began their march atre very dry and dusty; our course, which from Columbus to Thomaston had been to the north-east, now directed to the southeast. Thomaston is forty-seven miles from Macon. Our advance was met by a flag of truce, announcing that Sherman had entered in