War of the Rebellion: Serial 055 Page 0671 Chapter XLIII. THE CHATTANOOGA-RINGGOLD CAMPAIGN.

Search Civil War Official Records

LOOKOUT, [November] 22, 1863.

General HARDEE:

Will Colonel Anderson remain at Johnson's Crook? If so, can he picket to include Silton's trail, next above McCaig's? Will he report direct to you? I will use the cavalry on the mountain to picket Trenton and the trails from McCaig's, to include Nickajack.

C. L. STEVENSON.

HEADQUARTERS HARDEE'S CORPS, [November 22, 1863]-3.30 p. m.

Major-General STEVENSON:

Gist's division, as I ordered, has moved to the right. Send a brigade as soon as possible to occupy his front. Jackson has been ordered to send another.

W. J. HARDEE,

Lieutenant-General.

Send Cumming at once. Let him move quickly; say the enemy are advancing.

LOOKOUT, November 22, [1863.]

General HARDEE:

It is important that the signal line to our outposts, if not of Trenton, be kept up. They were removed on yesterday without my knowledge. Please assign a signal officer to duty here to report to me.

C. L. STEVENSON.

LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, November 22, [1863.]

Major WADDELL,

Commanding:

Join me without delay. If the battery is ready for the field, bring it; if not, come in person.

C. L. STEVENSON,

Major-General.

1 p. m.

Major RICHARD ORME:

Re-enforce General Moore at the Craven house.

C. L. STEVENSON.

[NOVEMBER 22, 1863.]

General STEVENSON:

Ascertain if there are any enemy in Lookout Valley. Cause your cavalry to make a reconnaissance with that view.

W. J. HARDEE,

Lieutenant-General, Commanding Corps.