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O. Howard, Major-General. In accordance with instructions from the General-in-Chief, dated Sandersville, November twenty-seventh, 1864, I issued the following order: headquarters Department and army of the Tennessee, Irwin's Cross-Roads, Georgia, November 27, 1864. Special field orders No. 179: V. The army will move forward substantially as follows: 1. Major-General Osterhaus will move his left column of two (2) divisions by the Louisville road to the intersection of the Johnson road, and thence to Johnson this evening, being careful to clear that intersection at an early hour to-morrow morning. His right column will move by a settlement-road directly to Johnson, starting at seven A. M. to-morrow. 2. Major-General Blair will move on the Louisville road (starting his column at seven A. M. to-morrow or earlier, at his option) till he reaches the nearest parallel road to the railroad, on the south side, south of Williamson's swamp creek. He will follow this road