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n of the eighth, the corps moved its camp, in compliance with orders from Major-General Stanley, commanding the Fourth and Fourteenth corps, and went into camp at Man's Hill Church, where, awaiting orders, it remained until three o'clock P. M., the tenth; when the march was resumed, and continued on the main road leading through the Allatoona Pass to the Etowah River. This point was reached by the advance of the column, after a fatiguing night's march, at one o'clock in the morning. October eleventh, the march was resumed at seven o'clock A. M.., and the troops went into camp one mile beyond Kingston at sunset. On the morning of the twelfth, the whole army marched for Rome. The Fourteenth corps, followed by the Fourth corps, moved by the way of Woodland, and went into camp at Hume's Mill, three miles from Rome. On the following evening, the whole army commenced its movement upon Resaca, taking the main road leading to that place, through Calhoun. Following the Fourth corps, t
moved with whole command to Florence, (seven miles,) remaining there during eighth and ninth. October tenth, by command of General Rousseau, commenced my return; moved at daylight, and bivouacked at Second Creek, making nineteen miles. October eleventh, marched at daylight, bivouacking at Spring Creek, fording Elk River; seventeen miles. October twelfth, moved at seven A. M., bivouacking at Athens; One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Illinois joined its command, not being able to cross Elk Riv, in the direction of Dallas. October eighth, moved to a point near Ackworth, and remained in camp until five P. M., October tenth, when the division marched all night, passing over Allatoona Mountains, through Cartersville, at seven A. M., October eleventh, and halted for the night half a mile west of Kingston. October twelfth, marched to Rome at half-past 9 P. M. October thirteenth, started for Resaca, passing through Calhoun at three P. M. next day, and reaching Resaca the same evening. Cr
ition in the rebel earthworks from the Marietta road to the Sandtown road. October 11.--Accompanied a forage expedition under command of Brigadier-General Geary, ies of the city. October 9 to 10, inclusive.--Remained in same position. October 11.--Marched, at five o'clock A. M., on a foraging expedition to Flat Rock, a di about two miles further to the left, and encamped near the Sandtown road. October 11.--Marched off on Decatur road, in a south-easterly direction; afterward struc foraging expedition for this purpose was sent out under my command on the eleventh October. October 11.--At seven A. M. I left Atlanta, in command of a foraging eOctober 11.--At seven A. M. I left Atlanta, in command of a foraging expedition, composed as follows: Detachments from my division under Colonel H. A. Barnum, one thousand and fifty men; Second brigade, First division, under Colonel cular incident, and the regiment reported back on September twenty-second. October 11th.--The brigade, except the Twenty-ninth Pennsylvania veteran volunteers, con
ack. 12th. The regiment and brigade moved about one half-mile back from the works toward the city, and built winter quarters. The time from this date to October eleventh was occupied in working on the inner line of fortifications, reviews, parades, drills, and the usual routine of duties appertaining to camp life. October October 11.--The regiment and brigade went on a foraging expedition to Flat Rock, and returned on the fourteenth, with train loaded with forage. 19th, 21st, 22d. The regiment guarded railroad-train and were engaged in tearing up rails on East-Point Railroad to and from East-Point. 26th. The regiment, with other troops, went on a f, awaiting an opportunity to pay the army. Returning on the twenty-third, it took its former position, which was retained without material change, till the eleventh of October, when, with the brigade, it proceeded as a portion of an expedition sent out in the direction of Yellow River, for forage. A large amount of forage was obt
th his division of cavalry, with orders to uncover, if practicable, the upper fords, when the First and Sixth corps, in advance on the river, were ordered to force the passages at these points. On the tenth, before intelligence of Buford's movements were received, the enemy crossed to Robertson's River, and advanced from Madison Court-House in heavy force, driving in my cavalry. The indications of the enemy's purpose to pass my flanks, and threaten my rear being conclusive, on the eleventh of October the army was withdrawn to the north side of the Rappahannock. In effecting this operation, the enemy followed the rear-guard of cavalry under Major-General Pleasanton, engaging him from Culpeper CourtHouse to Brandy Station, where, when General Pleasanton being reinforced by Buford, (who had been compelled to recross the Rapidan, after proceeding as far as Morton's Ford,) the enemy was held in check till evening, when the cavalry withdrew. The reports of the officers with the re