ng was going on, and disappeared from sight.
As a regiment they did not fire a gun. but Lieut.-Colonel Spears, who is a whole team and a horse to let, some way got in ahead of his men and where the cer — who turned out to be Lieut.-Colonel Carter--waked up the wrong passenger when he got after Spears, and the tables were turned, for instead of cutting Colonel Spears off, the Colonel took him priColonel Spears off, the Colonel took him prisoner and brought him back into the regiment.
The Second Tennessee went through various and sundry evolutions; they were marched and countermarched, right-obliqued and left-obliqued, right-faced and documents found in the camp.
The following was found on a table, in one of the cabins:
Col. Spears: We fought you bravely, and desperately but misguidedly.
We leave here under pressing circumre the circumstances became so pressing, that the writer did not wait to finish the epistle.
Col. Spears supposes the writer to be Major John W. Bridgman, of the Tennessee cavalry.