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d Hill on the direct road to Lafayette, and Gens. Walker and Buckner on the Peavine Church road. Oned quiet, Gen. Hill moved on to Lafayette, and Walker and Buckner continued in the same direction, wr. To insure success beyond all peradventure, Walker was directed to move out to the support of Clem at the same time that Cleburne, supported by Walker, would move as soon as his (Rindman's) guns weGeneral Polk was ordered to move his corps and Walker's division to Rock Spring, about midway betwee direction of Ringgold. Generals Cheatham and Walker left Lafayette at noon, and General Hindman atution of this design, on the 16th Buckners and Walker were directed to move the next day and take pop up the stream towards Lee & Gordon's Mills. Walker was to cross at Alexander's bridge, or the forht bivouacked nearly opposite Tedford's ford. Walker, with the brigade's of Liddell and Walchall, mand formed the right, being in the first line, Walker forming the second line.--Buckner was on the l[1 more...]
The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Plan for the improvement of the Currency. (search)
Two hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from my residence, on 5th street, between Main and Cary, on the morning of the 5th instant, my man Randolph. He is about forty years of age, of gingerbread color, thick set, and about 5 feet 8 inches in height. He has a wife at Mr. Valentine Walker's, in the lower part of Charles City, where I think he has gone, with the intention of making his way within the Yankee lines. I will give the above reward if arrested and delivered to me, in Richmond, or confined in any jail, so that I get him again. E H Poindexter. de 7--5t*