ys after, I was unable to walk except with crutches.
Mrs. Crump's House.
On the 5th General Nelson, with a division of Buell's army, arrived at Savannah, and I ordered him to move up the eastsed for the day, and was placed on the right.
Thus night came, Wallace came, and the advance of Nelson's division came, but none unless night — in time to be of material service to the gallant men whredit them with doing all there was for them to do. During the night of the 6th the remainder of Nelson's division, Buell's army, crossed the river, and were ready to advance in the morning, forming tlows: General Lew Wallace on the right, Sherman on his left; then McClernand, and then Hurlbut.
Nelson, of Buell's army, was on our extreme left, next to the river; Crittenden was next in line after Nelson, and on his right; McCook followed, and formed the extreme right of Buell's command.
My old command thus formed the right wing, while the troops directly under Buell constituted the left wing