War of the Rebellion: Serial 050 Page 0997 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

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Believing that by his presence on the field nothing more could be effected, he left for Rossville, where he learned little else than that the commanding general had gone to Chattanooga. He repaired thither, where one of his brigades was stationed.

In the opinion of the Court, General Crittenden is not censurable for this act.

D. HUNTER,

Major-General, President.

ED. SCHRIVER,

Inspector-General, Recorder.

There being no further business before the Court, it adjourned sine die.

D. HUNTER,

Major-General, President.

ED. SCHRIVER,

Inspector-General, Recorder.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE, April 9, 1864.

The record and opinions in the foregoing case have been submitted to the President of the United States. He is of opinion that no further action is required, and the Court of Inquiry is dissolved.

By order of the Secretary of War:

E. D. TOWNSEND,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

APPENDIX.

A.

HEADQUARTERS FOURTEENTH ARMY CORPS, Near McDaniel's (McDonald's) House, September 15 [19], 1863-10.45 (Received 11.20 a.m.)

Major-General CRITTENDEN:

If another division can be spared, it would be well to send it up without any delay.

By command of Major-General Thomas:

J. P. WILLARD,

Captain, and Aide-de-Camp.

[Received Hdqrs.21st Corps, September 19, 1863-11.19 a.m.]

Headquarters general commanding has moved to the Widow Glenn's.

SEPTEMBER 19, 1863-11.10 a.m.

[Received 12 m. at Gordon's Mills.]

Major-General CRITTENDEN,

Twenty-first Army Corps:

The general commanding directs you to order Minty to go to Chattanooga, with all practicable speed. Let him come by Widow Glenn's and report for orders.

C. GODDARD,

Assistant Adjutant-General.