Hdqrs. Third Brig., First Div., 4TH Army Corps, Atlanta, Ga., September 5, 1864.
Sir: I, in completion of my dutien we marched across the Etowah River, to the right of the Atlanta road, and camped at Euharlee.
May 24, marched to Burnt Hithe enemy in the evening five miles from that place on the Atlanta road strongly intrenched.
July 4, celebrated our nationale upon him in his fortifications at sunrise in front of Atlanta, Ga., on the north two miles from the center of the city.
Tubstantially remained at the same position in the siege of Atlanta from the morning of the 22d of July until the night of theing of September 5, then twenty-six miles east of south of Atlanta, in front of Lovejoy's, a station on the Macon railroad, se campaign had ended, and that the army would fall back to Atlanta, rest for one month, and prepare for a fine winter's campad up to the strong arms of our power until the Gate city --Atlanta — was at last vacated to the onward march of our brave and