in camp with Vaughan's cavalry brigade, near Saltville, Washington county, Va.; some at Saltville; Saltville; a battery at lead mines, near Max Meadows station, Wythe county, Va., and one in camp near Wythevil yet arrived from Petersburg, Va., walked to Saltville.
Found there King's, and remnants of Levi'scers and forty-four privates.
Ammunition at Saltville abundant for the number of chests and in fai United States army, reported advancing upon Saltville with four thousand men and artillery.
December 15th, 1864.—Reached Saltville; placed Burroughs in Fort Breckinridge, Barr, not wishing to attack the troops posted at Saltville, determined to pass by us on his way towardsssible.
Barr, King, and Sawyer were left at Saltville; Barr in command.
To-day Lynch's battery, aantime, passed on without further trouble to Saltville, where he destroyed the salt works and eightrrible march following, as well as that from Saltville to Marion, were among the severest trials ev