e official Records in regard to Franklin and Nashville
documents which have disappeared from the Ry commander who, besides the like service at Nashville, had commanded the army in the field, in thet but brilliant success of General Thomas at Nashville.
（2) In the first letter from General Thoy under my immediate command from Pulaski to Nashville.
The record fully shows that, from the necehing to see me in person as I passed through Nashville.
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XXXIX, part III, p. 6been any, that when I met General Thomas at Nashville, on my way to Johnsonville, he expected A. Js which were so foreign to his nature.
At Nashville, in December, 1864, and afterward, General Tons which had been made to General Thomas at Nashville, and the name of their principal, if not soln, disparaging General Thomas's movements at Nashville.
On the contrary, my recollection is that wssee River either above or below the city of Nashville, and get between him and the Ohio River, and
movements, and measures for relieving him at Nashville, 192, 198, 237-240, 255, 260, 295, 324, 325;Thomas.
Nov. 20, 1864, 201; sends troops to Nashville, 205, 206
Hawaiian Islands, a trip to the85; possibilities of S.'s earlier retreat to Nashville, 185; possibilities of Thomas moving againsttation, 316; probability of his striking for Nashville, 316; movements at Dallas, Cedartown, and Ac4, 1884, 239, 240; sent to relieve Thomas at Nashville, but recalled at Louisville, 239, 240, 295; 66; possibilities of Hood's getting between Nashville and, 185; detention of Granger at, 197; conc 165, 166; commanding Thomas's troops before Nashville, 166; meeting with Stanley at Pulaski, 166, esponsibility for operations from Pulaski to Nashville, 286; interview with Thomas at Nashville, 28
For details of the battles of Franklin and Nashville, and the antecedent movements, stands, and ereinforce Thomas, and his delays in reaching Nashville, 164, 168, 171, 185, 187, 190-194, 196, 201,