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e evacuation of Jackson, retreated with Johnston's army to Forrest and Morton. Thence to Enterprise, and from there to Mobil. December 6. Fenner's Battery was ordered to join General Forrest's command at Murfreesboroa; participated in the battle of Murfreesboroa on the 8th, and was still with Forrest when the battles of Nashville were fought, on the 15th and 16th, andfled pieces of Missouri Battery, placed in position by General Forrest,—their horses having been sent to the rear across Stonge half a mile in the rear. As soon as the news reached Forrest, his command started across from Murfreesboroa to join th the 5th, when we were ordered to Murfreesboroa to aid General Forrest in reducing that place. On the 6th we arrived there, fight—there was none—nothing but a big scare and run. General Forrest sent General Bateman with his division to Nashville, b of Carrollton. We stayed in camp for seven days when General Forrest determined to attack again and took one section of the<