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Chapter 42: March through the Carolinas; Savannah, Ga., to Columbia, S. C. Our first check was at Garden's Corner, where Leggett's division, being on the lead, saw a well-constructed outwork having a long parapet beyond an intervening swampy p
In order to hasten our concentration I caused one of the two remaining divisions, John E. Smith's, to leave Savannah by the way of the Union causeway.
Smith escorted by this route many of our horses, mules, and cattle, which could not b has sent me some of his recollections.
The Twentieth Corps (Balloch's own) had a rough time just before starting from Savannah until it struck dry ground at Robertsville.
Had we been web-footed, he said, it would have added to our comfort.
Bal er and described the situation, which worried my wife not a little, for she knew that I had been quite ill before I left Savannah; in fact, the surgeon had ordered me to go home, but, stubborn as usual, I would not. The letter was in substance to thi