NASHVILLE, November 6, 1864.
I start six trains for Johnsonville at 6 p. m. to-day. Will send four or five more in a. m. I should be glad to have the trains unloaded and returned as soon as practicable.
W. J. STEVENS,
NOVEMBER 6, 1864.
We have started five trains, including, I believe, Colonel Moore' brigade and the troops from Pulaski. I have stopped them at Kingston Springs. Shall I have them returned to Nashville, or wait your orders at Kingston Springs? Please answer.
W. J. STEVENS,
DALTON, November 6, 1864.
Captain F. G. HENTIG,
Commissary of Subsistence, Chattanooga:
(Care Captain Baker, Commissary of Subsistence.
Most of Henderson's and the whole of Casement's brigades will be here to-night. The supplies should not fail to come on first train. Headquarters will go up on last train, probably to-morrow afternoon.
J. D. COX,
JOHNSONVILLE, November 6, 1864.
My cavalry vedettes are driven in, and report the enemy in force massing before us on the right, and advanced. I have completed works for defense against that point. My command is all ready. If the report is true they will attack me about daylight. I will keep you advised as long as communication is open.
G. W. GALLUP,
NASHVILLE, TENN., November 6, 1864-2 p. m.
Brigadier General J. AMEN,
Reports reach me from Kingston that Breckinridge is moving into Middle Tennessee from East Tennessee, via Clifton, Kingston, and Sparta. Have you heard any rumors of the kind, and do you know where Breckinridge?
GEO. H. THOMAS,
Major-General, U. S. Volunteers.