ad hung around him, and as he had retired to Louisville to meet our infantry, in pursuance of my ins his left column of two (2) divisions by the Louisville road to the intersection of the Johnson road and coffee, at Government cost of ration in Louisville, $283,202
Command started from Atlanta withver and Rocky Comfort Creek, at a point near Louisville.
Two divisions of the Twentieth corps moved trains, moved on an interior road direct to Louisville.
The bridges over the Ogeechee and Rocky Coo on the fifth.
Baird's division moved from Louisville in support of the cavalry, and made a demonspassing both streams into their camps around Louisville.
The road, running, as it does here, througported his command about ten (10) miles from Louisville, on the road leading direct to Buckhead Bridead Bridge, and encamped ten (10) miles from Louisville.
On the second, Carlin's division joined lry, Third division, and trains moved toward Louisville and encamped on Ogeechee River; the First di