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ninth, I received from a staff-officer a report from General Kilpatrick, commanding the cavalry, that he had succeeded in cue, was designated as my objective point, and Baird, with Kilpatrick's cavalry, was ordered to move in the direction of Wayneosition near Reynolds, not far from the church. This, Kilpatrick and Baird accomplished by the afternoon of the second. r the concentration of my corps; and I ordered Baird and Kilpatrick to move from Reynolds, in the direction of Waynesboro, w roads, went into camp at Lumpkins Station. Baird and Kilpatrick took position near Thomas Station, where the enemy was f thirteen (13) miles from Lumpkins Station. Baird and Kilpatrick, after some fighting with Wheeler's cavalry, drove the eds, which required much repairing, the whole corps, with Kilpatrick's cavalry, encamped in the vicinity of Jacksonboro; the the column moved in the same order of march. Baird and Kilpatrick, unencumbered by the trains, covered the rear. Morgan