four P. M., and bivouacked at five P. M. at Stone Cross-Roads.
Marched at seven A. M., regiment and brigade guarding division-train.
Crossed Buckhead Creek, and bivouacked at Buckhead Church, four miles from Millen, the junction of the railroads from Augusta and from Macon for Savannah.
Marched at half-past 12 P. M. Passed near the stockade where thousands of our men (prisoners) had been confined.
Crossed the Augusta Railroad, and continued our march until four A. M. of the fourth.
Marched at eight A. M. Crossed Horse Creek at twelve M., and halted until dark, for a bridge to be built across a swamp.
Resumed march, crossed the swamp, and bivouacked at seven P. M.
Marched at nine A. M., regiment rear-guard. Crossed Little Horse Creek, marched until nine P. M., and bivouacked in the field.
Marched at half-past 8 A. M. Found the roads much obstructed by trees fallen across them — the work of rebels.
Bivouacked in the field at eight P. M.