applied for some weeks since have not yet reached Louisville.
Their non-arrival will delay us in preparing foving yet received their horses and equipments, at Louisville.
I have a force of about 4,000 men at Decatur an until I can get General Wilson's force back from Louisville.—Thomas to Halleck, November 21. His only resourcherman.
My dismounted cavalry is now detained in Louisville, awaiting arms and horses.
Horses arrive slowly;and Second divisions were ordered by rail to Louisville, Kentucky, for removal and equipment.
These were the ot only Nashville that Grant was considering, but Louisville, and the country beyond the Ohio.
At no period o properly go. They had probably better be sent to Louisville, for I fear either Hood or Breckenridge will go t call on governors of states to send a force into Louisville, to meet the enemy, if he should cross the river.anoeuvre Hood.
Meanwhile, Logan had arrived at Louisville, on his way to Nashville, and receiving the news