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nge destroyed several bridges, so that our progress was necessarily slow. At seven A. M., April twelfth, the advanced guard reached Montgomery, and received the surrender of the city from the mayoeffect a crossing of the Warrior, which, as well as its tributaries, was greatly swollen. April twelfth. Moved by the Jasper road to Wolf creek, finding it impassable. April thirteenth. Marchf swamp road west of the creek. I got the last of the division over by half-past 4 A. M. April twelfth. Marched twenty-eight miles, and camped within four miles of Montgomery. The first eight mcamped at Colonel Harrison's, four miles east of Loundes-borough, distance twelve miles. April twelfth. Marched at 5:30 A. M., passed through Montgomery at four P. M., camped four miles east on Richmond. Went into camp eighteen miles from Montgomery after a march of eighteen miles. April twelfth. Started from camp at five A. M.; weather very pleasant and roads good. General McCook wit