ed to break Johnston's line near its center.
Sherman had hoped to seize the railroad south of Allas it was undertaken.
He firmly believed that Sherman was feeling for his right.
He therefore withenth Corps (about 5,000 men) was sent back by Sherman to strengthen McPherson's command, because Mc
Thus matters remained until June 1st, when Sherman's characteristic movement from right to left y had had a few days before.
On June 14th, Sherman, after reconnoitering the lines of the enemy one from Pine Top. In this way the story that Sherman himself had fired the gun that killed Polk, wnt.
Just before Johnston left Muddy Creek, Sherman declared: His (Johnston's) left was his weak right, he would have done a wise act, and!
（Sherman) was compelled to presume that such was his oI was much annoyed, and as soon as Thomas and Sherman heard of the break they were.
the Bald Knob and restored the continuity of Sherman's front.
The concentration of Johnston's f