War of the Rebellion: Serial 052 Page 0331 Chapter XLII. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-UNION.

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iam, L. Lea, captain Company C, Sixth Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; William Ausmus, captain Company E, Sixth Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; Isom L. Meyers, first lieutenant Company E, Sixth East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; Archable Myers, captain Company F, Sixth Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; John H. Claiborn, first lieutenant Company F, Sixth Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; Edward Maynard, lieutenant-colonel Sixth East Tennessee Volunteers; G. W. McMillin, surgeon Fifth East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; Albert T. Lea, assistant surgeon Fifth East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; William Cross, colonel Third East Tennessee; William M. Sawyers, lieutenant-colonel Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; James L. Ledgerwood, captain Company F, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteers; James Clapp, first lieutenant Company F, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteers; L. B. Gamble, second lieutenant Company G, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteers; Thomas McNish, captain Company B, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; John H. Cross, captain Company C, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteers; Samuel Black, first lieutenant Company C, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteers; William C. Robinson, first lieutenant Company D, Third Regiment, commanding Company D; James G. Roberts, captain Company H, Third Regiment East Tennessee Volunteer Infantry; Joseph H. Blackburn, captain, commanding Company A, First Middle Tennessee Cavalry; W. L. Hathaway, first lieutenant Company A, First Middle Tennessee Cavalry.

HEADQUARTERS CHIEF OF CAVALRY,

Camp 5 Miles from Winston's, September 2, 1863-7 p.m.

Brigadier General J. A. GARFIELD,

Chief of Staff.

GENERAL: McCook's division camps 1 mile west from Davis to-night. Crook's at Winston's, south of Davis. Wheeler is said to be at Lebanon, which is 24 miles from this place; Rawlingsville is 12 miles from here. We found the march too long to go through to-day. As soon as I get the cavalry well together I will move Wheeler. There has been no important information collected to-day. It is well for the general to know that Winston's is 20 miles from Trenton instead of 10, as the general supposed. My train will not get up to this place until the morning of the 5th. I will move on early to-morrow.

Respectfully,

D. S. STANLEY,

Major-General and Chief of Cavalry.

HEADQUARTERS FIRST DIVISION CAVALRY,

September 3, 1863.

General STANLEY:

Wheeler encamped at Alpine, on the Gadsden and Chattanooga road, last night; he marched from there this morning at sunrise in the direction of Chattanooga, supposed to be going to Trenton.