until the following day. I beg to refer you to the report of Capt. Mix for particulars.
The army advanced at about eleven o'clock A. M., the Third Kentucky and one company of the Second Indiana, under Colonel Murray, on the left flank, and the Fourth Michigan, under my immediate direction, covering the right flank.
Camped near Stewart's Creek this night.
Sunday, Dec. 28.--I sent one battalion Seventh Pennsylvania, under Capt. Jennings, to relieve the battalion Fourth Michigan on Jefferson pike.
Monday, Dec. 29.--The army again advanced — the Seventh Pennsylvania, under Major Wyncoop, on the left flank; the Third Kentucky, Col. Murray, on the right flank ; the Fourth Michigan, under Lieut.-Col. Dickinson, in reserve; Second Indiana on courier duty.
Light skirmishing with the enemy all day. Found the enemy in position in front of Murfreesboro at about three o'clock P. M Bivouacked immediately in rear of our line of battle.
Tuesday, Dec. 30.--One battalion of the Seventh P