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Hill on the direct road to Lafayette, and Gens. Walker and Buckner on the Peavine Church road. On the night of the 8th Polk ned quiet, Gen. Hill moved on to Lafayette, and Walker and Buckner continued in the same direction, wading slowly through the In consequence of the difficulties reported by Gen. Hill, Buckner's corps was ordered to join Hindman; the junction, howeverhstanding our superiority in point of numbers, he directed Buckner to march his corps five miles on the road to be in supportion on Peavine Creek; Polk to take position on the left of Buckner, and extending toward Glass's Mills, on the Chickamauga; Hcross at Alexander's bridge, or the fords near the bridge; Buckner, at Tedford's ford, and unite in the movement. Polk was de bivouacked a little to the left and in rear of Johnson.--Buckner, after a sharp resistance, crossed one division over, Polk being in the first line, Walker forming the second line.--Buckner was on the left in the first lines Chestham in his rear in