third—under the general command of Major-General J. M. Schofield, at Pulaski, directly in front of was therefore inferior to the enemy; and General Schofield was instructed, in case the enemy made aman and of R. S. Granger.
These, with General Schofield's army, and about ten thousand good cava's corps, about fifteen thousand strong, and Schofield's corps, ten thousand, en route by rail, and I concluded to further reinforce him by General Schofield's corps (Twenty-third), twelve thousand,was therefore inferior to the enemy; and General Schofield was instructed, in case the enemy made, from the following field dispatches from General Schofield, who was fighting a splendid battle at tincrease it as much as possible. * * * * J. M. Schofield, Major-General
Franklin, Tenn., Novem have lively times with my trains again. J. M. Schofield, Major-General.
And, if all thus faxtract will suffice:
Generals Thomas and Schofield, commanding the departments to our rear, ret