ghting their pipes at our camp fires.
In General Hood's book, (and which will be referred to by fnessee, 7:30 A. M., October 4th, 1864. General--General Hood directs that later in the evening, youble, move to that bridge and destroy it.
General Hood considers that its destruction would be a gores many miles to the rear, and I am sorry General Hood undertook to make a record of his informati be condemned.
I, therefore, repeat that General Hood gave me no instructions about Allatoona excnprotected?
The facts in the case are these: Hood, with the main army, moved westerly toward Lostll up the cut, he handed it to me and said: General Hood does not seem to be aware that the place isly allude to another error regarding myself, in Hood's Advance and Retreat.
On page 326 it is writteen the detachment then assailing Allatoona and Hood's main army.
Wherein, then, was the informatio — left untirely unsupported by the army of General Hood.
One word more, and I will close.