avalry brigade, Chickamauga, September 24, 1863. Major A. R. H. Ransom, A. A. A. G. Pegram's Division of Cavalry:
Major: In accordance with orders from Brigadier-Brigadier-General Pegram, I herewith forward my report of the operations of this brigade during the recent active operations of this army.
After covering the evacuation of Eas stores on the lines of railroad as far as Ringgold, Georgia, I reported to General Pegram, on the Chattanooga and Lafayette road.
On the eleventh instant, under ordp at Ringgold, the enemy not following.
On the eighteenth, by command of General Pegram, I proceeded to Red House, nine miles from Chattanooga, and drove in the adh exhausted to pursue.
On the twenty-first, I held the left of the road in General Pegram's attack upon Missionary Hill, and on the twenty-second, under orders from ents, and drove them from their first line of rifle-pits.
Night coming on, General Pegram ordered me to withdraw my command to the top of the ridge, and on the next