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by Brigadier-General Charles Cruft, and the Eighteenth Ohio and Twentieth Indiana batteries, amounting in the aggregate to about fifty-two hundred men, moved from Chattanooga by railroad on the twenty-ninth day of November, and proceeded to Cowan, Tennessee, where I took my command from the cars the next morning at eight o'clock and placed it in position. At six o'clock P. M. of the same day I received an order by telegraph from the Major-General commanding, to proceed as rapidly as possibletes colored infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Corbin; the Sixteenth United States colored infantry, Colonel William B Gaw, and the Forty-fourth United States colored infantry, Colonel L. Johnson, at Chattanooga, Tennessee, and proceeded by railroad to Cowan, Tennessee, and thence by railroad to Nashville, Tennessee. reaching there with the Sixteenth and the main portion of the Fourteenth regiments, United States colored infantry, on the first day of December, 1864. Colonel L. Johnson, with the F