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Chapter XII After the battle of Franklin Tie arrival at Nashville General Thomas's greeting a refreshing sleep services of the cavalry Corps and the Fourth army Corps Hood's mistake after crossing Duck River an incident of the Atlanta campaign bearing on Hood's character an embarrassing method of Transmitting Messages in cipher the aggressive policy of the South. early the next morning (December 1), after receiving at Brentwood oral orders from General Thomas to continue the retreat to Nashville, I lay on the ground until the main body of the troops had passed and I had learned from the cavalry and from the infantry rear-guard that nothing could occur in the rear which would require my attention. I then role forward and reported to General Thomas, whom I found waiting for me at the place he had selected for the Twenty-third Corps in the defensive line about Nashville. He greeted me in his usual cordial but undemonstrative way, congratulated me, and said I had