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nson. Second division, Brigadier-General J. W. Geary commanding. Three brigades, commanded by Colonels Pardee, Jones, and Barnum. Third division, Brigadier-General W. T. Ward commanding. Three brigades, commanded by Colonels F. C. Smith, Dustin, and Ross. A list of regiments composing the brigades will be found in reportser. The other two divisions, with the trains of the corps, moved through Madison, and encamped four miles beyond. About six miles of railroad were destroyed by Ward's division. Supplies for man and beast became abundant on the third day after leaving Atlanta. On the twentieth, moved forward and encamped near Eatonton. Thefences. At half-past 3 o'clock on the morning of the twenty-first, Geary reported that Barnum's brigade wa in the rebel main line. Orders were sent him and General Ward to advance the picket-lines and follow with their divisions into the city. By six o'clock A. M., Geary's division, without opposition, had entered the city.
nson. Second division, Brigadier-General J. W. Geary commanding. Three brigades, commanded by Colonels Pardee, Jones, and Barnum. Third division, Brigadier-General W. T. Ward commanding. Three brigades, commanded by Colonels F. C. Smith, Dustin, and Ross. A list of regiments composing the brigades will be found in reportser. The other two divisions, with the trains of the corps, moved through Madison, and encamped four miles beyond. About six miles of railroad were destroyed by Ward's division. Supplies for man and beast became abundant on the third day after leaving Atlanta. On the twentieth, moved forward and encamped near Eatonton. Thefences. At half-past 3 o'clock on the morning of the twenty-first, Geary reported that Barnum's brigade wa in the rebel main line. Orders were sent him and General Ward to advance the picket-lines and follow with their divisions into the city. By six o'clock A. M., Geary's division, without opposition, had entered the city.
ms, commanding corps, directed to report to General Ward, to assist in guarding the trains of the cauarters, I reported with my brigade to Brigadier-General Ward, commanding Third division, Twentieth mpany B, wounded in face, slightly. Brigadier-General Ward's Report. headquarters Third divinineteenth, 1864. Very respectfully, etc., W. T. Ward, Brigadier-General, Commanding Third Divisiy corps, Savannah, Ga., Dec. 26, 1864. Brigadier-General Ward, Commanding Third Division, Twentieth my command to Atlanta, and reported to Brigadier-General Ward, commanding division, at five P. M. by nine A. M. to-morrow. By command of Brig.-Gen. W. T. Ward. John Speed, Captain and Assistant Admand on the twenty-third of September, Brigadier-General Ward being absent on leave. I found the -----, I was relieved by the return of Brigadier-General Ward. In conclusion, I desire to express sunrise of that day I received orders from General Ward to advance my picket-line. The advance fou
Fort Sumter. To embark with Captain Fox, you will cause a detachment of recruits, say about two hundred, to be immediately organized at Fort Columbus, with a competent number of officers, army ammunition, and subsistence; a large surplus of the latter, indeed, as great as the vessels of the expedition will take, with other necessaries, will be needed for the augmented garrison of Fort Sumter. The subsistence and other supplies should be assorted like those which were provided by you and Captain Ward, of the navy, for a former expedition. Consult Captain Fox and Major Eaton on the subject, and give all necessary orders, in my name, to fit out the expedition, except that the hiring the vessels will be left to others. Some fuel must be shipped. Oil, artillery implements, fuses, cordage, slow match, mechanical levers, and guns, etc., etc., should also be put on board. Consult also, if necessary, (confidentially,) Colonel Tompkins and Major Thornton. Respectfully yours, Winfi
eat exertions by Major McLeod and Captain C. B. Holmes, of your staff, who were exposed to a terrific fire from friends and foe, the firing in my rear was suppressed, and I ordered my command again to advance; but, finding that the Tenth Georgia had inclined to the left, and were immediately in my front, I retired on a line with the other regiments, who were formed in my rear, and near to Captain Kemper's battery. It being near dark, I remained here until ordered to join the brigade. Corporal Ward, of company E, was killed; Corporal J. H. Roberts, of company L, was mortally wounded, since dead; private McRae, of company L, shot through hip; private Threatt, of company A, shot through hip; J. Collins, of company C, in hip; E. Lane, company L, slightly in arm; private Morrell, company A, in foot; private Heidricks, company A, slightly; Corporal Bozeman, company F, slightly. We joined the brigade at ten o'clock P. M., and rested for the night near the Williamsburg road. At ten