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Report of Major-General Carter L. Stevenson of the Tennessee campaign. [We print the following report from General Stevenson's own Ms. Its value is increased by the fact that this account of the operations of the division of this accomplished soldier on that memorable campaign has never before been published in any form, so far as we know.] headquarters Stevenson's division, In the field, January 20th, 1865. Major — I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of my division during the recent campaign in Tennessee: The march from Palmetto to the front of Columbia was without incident worthy of mention, except, perhaps, the demonstration upon Resaca, Georgia, in which my command acted with spirit in the skirmishing which resulted in driving the enemy within their works. My loss was numerically insignificant at this point, but amongst the killed was numbered the gallant soldier and genial gentleman, Colonel F. K. Beck, Twenty-third Alabama regiment.