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They are in Atlanta. I will order them to Chattanooga. J. C. Pemberton, Major-General. Fort Pi, April 26, 1862. Brig. Gen. D. Leadbetter, Chattanooga: General: I am directed by the major-gen, May 1, 1862. Brig. Gen. D. Leadbetter, Chattanooga, Tenn.: You will hold your position at the Td, Va., May 1, 1862. General D. Leadbetter, Chattanooga: General: I am instructed by General Leef cavalry from Georgia have been ordered to Chattanooga for your support. These men will bring sucn as practicable. The effective force at Chattanooga under Brigadier-General Leadbetter is aboutison at Cartersville, to proceed at once to Chattanooga, to report to the commanding officer at tha June 4, 1862. Brig. Gen. D. Leadbetter, Chattanooga, Tenn.: Parole the Federal prisoners, if notntelligence of a movement by the enemy upon Chattanooga has just been received at these headquarter you. He will probably proceed in person to Chattanooga so soon as Colonel Reynolds' command shall [141 more...]
ufficient to protect so long a line. Rumors are rife that Kirby Smith, at Chattanooga, is soon to cross the river and drive us back to Nashville. If the enemy reountry. I wish it were possible to give me force enough to strike a blow at Chattanooga. It was in the hope that this might be done that I spared the Tennessee Bridge be destroyed, the enemy may cross the river at a ferry 10 miles west of Chattanooga and in the mountains concentrate a heavy force without our knowledge. I shaable authority, that on the 28th ultimo Beauregard telegraphed Leadbetter at Chattanooga to cross the river and hold the northern side, especially Winchester, at alle. Is he not liable to be penned up in the sharp bend of the river opposite Chattanooga or have his retreat cut off by a force crossing below from the railroad? If to some point which will threaten a force advancing either from Kingston or Chattanooga, or else hold the position, and concentrate all the force you can spare at s