attle, being, then, a captain of artillery in Cheatham's division; and while I do not claim to posseps which had overlapped Walker's left flank.
Cheatham's men drove the enemy rapidly till it was fous account of a conflict between the troops of Cheatham and Sheridan.
These two commands never foughterval between our left and Hood's right, and Cheatham's division was finally forced to fall back, lh had been advanced well up to the front with Cheatham's left brigade (Wright's), and could not be r.
Thomas continued to press our right, under Cheatham and Walker, but our men held their ground on ay, and driven in confusion till dark.
After Cheatham's troops were forced back, the writer, leavinds the right of the division in search of General Cheatham, to report the loss of his guns.
Meetingnded too far to the right and was in front of Cheatham's line.
This necessitated further delay here, Cheatham being halted where he stood, was held in reserve.
While waiting here, Captain Scott, w[8 more...]