headquarters army of the Potomac, Bolivar, Sept. 15-10 A. M. To H. W. Halleck, General-ess of the attacking force doubly hazardous.
Bolivar, a village boasting of six or eight dwellingshing off from the turnpike at the right, near Bolivar, and proceeded to the foot of the mountains.
the village, our entire force was mustered on Bolivar preparatory to stacking arms and delivering orning, and should they attempt to move toward Bolivar, will follow to that place.
Gen. Hurlbut ittack was to take the direction of Jackson or Bolivar, via Bethel, were so rife, and the fortificateadquarters Third Iowa infantry, camp near Bolivar, Tenn., October 8, 1862. Capt. H. Scofield, Assiseadquarters at Corinth.
Gen. Ord returned to Bolivar, and Gen. Grant to Jackson, Tennessee. Gen. Rthem all the geographical data they require — Bolivar and Jackson being kept in view as adjuncts ofe east of the railroad, moving sternly up the Bolivar road in column by divisions.
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