rteenth corps, who came in on another road to the left.
Moving to the right, I followed the enemy through town, and one mile beyond, skirmishing a little.
My loss was two men wounded belonging to the Thirteenth New-Jersey volunteers.
I was then recalled and ordered with the rest of the division to Tennille Station, on the Georgia Central Railroad, where I destroyed about three miles of track and encamped for the night.
November 27.--Marched to Davisboro, Station No. 22, crossed Williamson Swamp Creek.
November 28.--Destroyed three miles of railroad track and marched to Spiers Station.
November 29.--Destroyed four miles of railroad track of Georgia Central, two saw-mills and lumber-yards, and the timber for four (4) large bridges ready for use; one of the bridges was marked Strawberry Plains, one Chattanooga Creek, the other two names have escaped my memory.
This timber has been gotten out and made ready for use, even to having the pegs to unite it, turned, and was intended