, on the left bank of the Tennessee River. General Buell resumed his march on the 31st, intending—h. . . It is my present intention to send them (Buell's three foremost divisions) to Hamburg, some fortions of the Army of the Ohio. . . . He [General Buell] subsequently received a note from General's division has arrived.
The other two of General Buell's column will arrive to-morrow or next dayntrated all their available forces against General Buell's first three divisions, which would have e Confederates encountered on the 7th was with Buell's splendidly organized and well-disciplined dier Generals Breckinridge and Hardee, to oppose Buell's three fresh divisions, supported by a part oand McClernand to call earnestly on McCook, of Buell's army, for support.
General Beauregard, therto holding in check or driving back, at times, Buell's forces, which showed considerable boldness, he 7th, without awaiting the assistance of General Buell's forces.
His disaster would undoubtedly