ll greatly outnumber mine, until I can get General Wilson's force back from Louisville.—Thomas to Hay's Mills, where the rebel army was crossing.
Wilson was cut off, and no communication could be hadthe fortifications around Nashville, until General Wilson can get his cavalry equipped; he has now bfortifications for an indefinite period, until Wilson gets equipments.
This looks like the McClellanoxville.
Nothing heard from Forrest, but General Wilson is looking after him, and no apprehension ported: With every exertion on the part of General Wilson, he will not be able to get his force of c had directed Thomas to move without regard to Wilson, and on the receipt of these despatches, he tee field; and when this was apparent, Smith and Wilson began the grand movement of the day, wheelingery and thousands of prisoners were captured.
Wilson's cavalry, still dismounted, had advanced simued army.
It saved Hood from annihilation, for Wilson proceeded no further, but went into bivouac, w