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south of the town. The eighth instant, at ten A. M., the command moved forward on the road leading to Kingston, which place was reached at five P. M., distance marched eleven miles. The ninth instant, the command moved at daylight on the road leading to Rome, arriving here at twelve M., marching a distance of fourteen miles. I have no casualties to report, as none of my command was engaged with the enemy. I have the honor to be, Captain, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Roger Martin, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Brigade. Lieutenant-Colonel Tourtelotte's Report. headquarters post Allatoona, October 7, 1864. Lieutenant A. P. Vaughn, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General, Fourth Division, Fifteenth Army Corps: Lieutenant: For some two days previous to the fifth of October, instant, the enemy had been operating in this vicinity, especially on the railroad to the southward, but not till the evening of October fourth did they make any demonstration against this p