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osion of one such shell would have demoralized a gang of negroes, and thus would have prevented even the attempt to clear the road.
Meantime Schofield, with the Twenty-third Corps, presented a bold front toward East Point, daring and inviting the enemy to sally out to attack him in position.
His first movement was on the 30th, to Mount Gilead Church, then to Morrow's Mills, facing Rough and Ready.
Thomas was on his right, within easy support, moving by cross-roads from Red Oak to the Fayetteville road, extending from Couch's to Renfrew's; and Howard was aiming for Jonesboroa.
I was with General Thomas that day, which was hot but otherwise very pleasant.
We stopped for a short noon-rest near a little church (marked on our maps as Shoal-Creek Church), which stood back about a hundred yards from the road, in a grove of native oaks.
The column had halted in the road, stacked their arms, and the men were scattered about — some lying in the shade of the trees, and others were bring