5 p. m. I was ordered to escort a part of the train of the corps.
We moved forward toward the Montgomery railroad, and within about half a mile of it, and went into camp for the rest of the night.
The morning of August 29 we moved out on the Montgomery road with orders to tear up the track; we tore up a portion of it, destroying it with fire, and returned to camp for the night.
The morning of August 30 we moved the brigade about six miles, crossing the Montgomery road, and went into camp, thMontgomery road, and went into camp, the Seventy-ninth Indiana on the right and the Seventeenth Kentucky on the left.
August 30, we received marching orders, and moved with the brigade in the direction of the Macon railroad, south of Rough and Ready Station, and went into line about one mile and a half from the railroad and put up a barricade.
August 31, we moved in the — direction of the railroad and struck it about 4 p. m., and threw up a line of works within 300 yards of and facing the railroad.
September 1, received orders