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ied by fire and blood. They brought food, and words of good cheer and hope. How they do scorn those copperhead knaves of the North. The fourth day they marched us six miles, and again we slept in the open air, with a terrific rain storm raging all night. The next day beggars description. It rained all day. We crossed one stream, waist deep, by wading. Some of the men swam it. The road was up the bed of a creek, and it was from ankle to knee deep more than half the time. We reached Tullahoma late in the evening. The men had to stay all night on a piece of ground three inches deep in mud, with nothing but green oak wood to make fires, and nothing to eat but meat, without vessels to cook it in; and it rained until midnight. It then turned cold, and next morning Bragg stripped us of our overcoats and canteens, and shipped us on cars to Chattanooga, and we have frozen and starved our way here. The result is that we have lost more men by their treatment than by their bullets, a
. and I. G., and General J. E. Johnston, at Tullahoma, as follows: A scout from Austin reports thaplaced under orders to move with dispatch to Tullahoma, while General Vaughn's brigade, of East Tenication was addressed to General Johnston at Tullahoma: Heavy raids are making from Tennessee deep g telegram addressed to General Johnston, at Tullahoma, on the twenty-seventh of April: Howevsyka and Hazlehurst. To General Johnson, at Tullahoma, the following telegram was sent: The enemy edience to this order I at once proceeded to Tullahoma. On my arrival I informed the Secretary of f War. On the ninth of May I received, at Tullahoma, the following dispatch, of the same date, fepartment. From the time of my arrival at Tullahoma until the fourteenth of April, General Pembephed to General Pemberton on May first, from Tullahoma: If Grant's army lands on this side of the rgreatly imperilled when my instructions from Tullahoma to concentrate were neglected; it was lost w[4 more...]