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dezvous at Henderson and Bethel Stations, on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad. 2. Lea's and Browder's regiments Tennessee Volunteers and stragglers and unattached menst Tennessee, Colonel Browder.19th Louisiana, Colonel Hodge. 52d Tennessee, Colonel Lea.9th Texas, Colonel Maxey. 1st Alabama Cavalry, Colonel Clanton.Gibson's (Gettanooga: Don't send train or troops. I am satisfied from examinations of Major Lea and myself that the enemy has taken the back track. I will go to the tunneout 180, with two days cooked rations, under a field officer, accompanied by Major Lea, chief engineer, and had the party on the road by day Sunday morning, the ord enemy the major-general commanding directs me to say to you that he has sent Major Lea to report to you. He will assist you in arranging such a system of defense asin. Perhaps the Governor of Georgia may be able to render you assistance. Major Lea will report to these headquarters so soon as you can dispense with his servic