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ont on the 29th, where, on the 30th, Wheeler attacked his out-posts, and McCook retired down the mountain.
The same day General Buell ordered his entire army to concentrate at Murfreesboro‘.
By September 5th, the five divisions just mentioned had reached that place, together with all detachments from along the lines of railroad except Rousseau's division, which, being on the Nashville and Decatur Railroad, marched directly to Nashville.
The strength of Buell's forces during the months of July, August, and September was estimated by witnesses before the Buell Commission, in 1863, at from 45,000 to 59,309.
His own returns for June, deducting the force at Cumberland Gap, showed 56,706 present for duty, and his October returns, with
Major-General Preston Smith, C. S. A. From a photograph. the same deduction, 66,595.
The October returns include the heavy reenforcements, placed by General Buell at 22,000, that were added to Buell's army on its arrival at Louisville, at the end of