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owed the First and Third brigades, Buell's and Harker's, to rest until one P. M., on the eighteenth, Early Sunday morning I continued to advance, Harker's brigade leading. Soon very light parties ofe Rossville and Lafayette road, to support Colonel Harker. Near the same hour I received a note frocessary a further change in the arrangement of Harker's brigade. I ordered him to refuse his left, must refer to the more detailed report of Colonel Harker. The list of casualties attests the severer on the right and the latter on the left. Harker's brigade was held as a reserve in the edge ofe, extending partially across the valley, with Harker's brigade, General Brannan formed his command f a more splendid resistance than that made by Harker's brigade, and a portion of Buell's brigade, f to the reports of my brigade commanders, Colonels Harker and Buell, with their accompanying documer, I especially signalized the services of Colonel Harker, commanding the Third brigade of my divisi[18 more...]
unition. On arriving at the pike, I found Colonel Harker's brigade, of Wood's division, retiring be Being soon reinforced by Fyffe's brigade and Harker's brigade, of Wood's division, the enemy were mishers. The other two brigades, Wagner's and Harker's, were ordered to advance on either side of t within two miles and a half of Murfreesboro. Harker's brigade was disposed on the left of Wagner'swith an open field in front of it; the centre (Harker's brigade) occupied, in part, the woods in whihing an order to General Hascall to follow Colonel Harker, and an order to Colonel Wagner to follow General Hascall. While Colonel Harker was preparing to move, I rode to the front to examine the groreviously remarked that the Third brigade, Colonel Harker's, was detached early in the morning and sry there. I immediately sent a message to Colonel Harker to press the enemy hard, as I had no reseranister upon Captain Bradley's battery and Colonel Harker's brigade, wounding several men and horses[8 more...]