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de, Captain E. A. Hancock was detached, with one hundred men of the Ninth Pennsylvania cavalry, at Clinton, with orders to take a road leading to Macon, to the right of the main column, and to engage any enemy he might meet. In obedience to this order, he marched on the road indicated, and engaged two regiment of the enemy, holding them in check for two days, when he again rejoined the regiment. His loss was two wounded. For his bravery and good management he deserves much praise. From Griswold we marched through Gordon to Milledgeville, and thence toward Waynesboro. On the morning of the twenty-seventh the enemy again made demonstrations against our picket, and attacked the Eighth Indiana and Fifth regiments, and my picket on the left, heavily, but were repulsed, and we moved forward, and that night encamped south of Waynesboro on the railroad, which my regiment destroyed for half a mile, where the enemy again (November twenty-eighth) attacked the position of the brigade, in whi