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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 9. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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separate roads; and in compliance with orders from the General-in-Chief, whose headquarters moved with my column on this part of our campaign, I ordered the head of the column in the direction of Milledgeville, by the way of Farrar's Mill, on Murder Creek. Owing to the heavy rain which had fallen during the night, and was still pouring down upon us, the progress of our trains was exceedingly slow, and the night of the twenty-first was spent in mud and water, crossing Murder Creek. On the twMurder Creek. On the twenty-second, the weather partially cleared off, and the corps marched and went into camp in the vicinity of Cedar Creek. On the twenty-third, the weather cleared off, and the roads having dried up so as to be quite passable for trains, the whole command marched, and went into camp in the vicinity of Milledgeville by the afternoon. The Twentieth corps had already reached the city, the evening previous, from the direction of Madisonville. On the twenty-fourth, Carlin's and Morgan's division