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stablished his headquarters. On the 9th Gen. Polk remained quiet, Gen. Hill moved on to Lafayeingly, on the night of the 9th Gen. Hindman, of Polk's corps, was ordered to move his division rapid was in line of battle before him, and that he (Polk) had, after calling a council of his officers, possible, more binding Gen. Bragg also wrote to Polk a letter, to which the importance of the movememorning found him in the saddle. He reached Gen. Polk's headquarters about half-past 8 o'clock, anport to the satisfaction of the country. If Gen. Polk had beaten Crittenden, which he could easilyhe next day and take position on Peavine Creek; Polk to take position on the left of Buckner, and exright flank, and Wheeler to pass to the left of Polk and protect his flank. Gen. Bushrod Johnson's a sharp resistance, crossed one division over, Polk and Hill bivouacked on the east bank of the Chiformed was ordered to move up the Chickamauga. Polk was directed to move down the east bank of the [7 more...]