officers, and troops, that I succeeded in bringing the wagons through.
Encamped for the night within three miles of Big Horse Creek, the advance division of the corps being camped on the creek.
The rear of my column did not reach camp until half-pamp on the other side.
The weather continued fine — country poor, roads good, excepting through the large swamps at Big Horse Creek and Crooked Run.
Distance to-day, four miles.
December 5.--Moved at half-past 6 A. M., crossed, during the day, ine A. M., marched about three miles, halted for repairing of a bridge, moved again at half-past 2 P. M., arrived at Big Horse Creek, and halted for trains to pass.
Crossed at eight, and camped for the night.
Moved at seven A. M., Twenty-nly destroyed about four miles, by piling fence-rails on the track, and setting them on fire.
Moved into a camp near Big Horse Creek, the First brigade coming in about eleven o'clock P. M.
December 4.--Moved Second division in line.
Went into ca