vice Buell, gave the command of his center to Thomas.
Thomas acted throughout the campaign as his Thomas acted throughout the campaign as his military adviser.
None better could he have had than this soldier—as prudent as he was daring, as svitable attack, and meanwhile prudently placed Thomas in command of his left.
Against Chickamaugaday in crossing the Chickamauga.
He fell upon Thomas, however, with none the less vigor.
Thomas, wThomas, who had been aggressive in the morning, was found behind his log intrenchments when the night came.
f the routed army —seeing yielding everywhere, Thomas stood defiant.
With one-half of the Federal a evidently north of the extreme north flank of Thomas.
So Adams and Stovall were wheeled around fac of the road, and they moved southward against Thomas' flank.
Small reason is there for surprise that Thomas called again and again for reinforcements, till Rosecrans' right was fatally weakened.
t sundown, the battle having raged all day and Thomas still holding his log barricades, Gibson, who