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train; ninth, quartermaster's train; tenth; commissary of subsistence train; eleventh, ambulance corps, except ambulances assigned to the regiments and detachments; twelfth, three regiments First Brigade, well deployed, upon the right flank of the division trains; thirteenth, two regiments First Brigade, rear guard. The regimental wagons of the flankings and rear-guard regiments will be placed in advance of the rear guard.

By order of Brigadier General John E. Smith:

S. M. BUDLONG,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

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HDQRS. FOURTH DIV., 15TH ARMY CORPS, FIELD ORDERS,

In the Field, Irwin's Cross-Roads, Numbers 17.

November 27, 1864.

The Second Brigade, Colonel R. N. Adams commanding, will move on the Augusta road to-day at 2 p. m., in the rear of the First Division, in the following order: One regiment in advance, followed by the battery; one regiment on either side of the trains; and one regiment in the rear. The trains will move as follows: First, the Second Brigade train; second, the First Brigade train; third, the Third Brigade train; fourth, the pioneer corps train; fifth, the ordnance train; sixth, the supply train; seventh, the ambulance corps train. The train should be kept well closed up, to make it as short as possible.

By order of Brigadier General John M. Corse:

LEO CARPER,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL

HDQRS. FOURTH DIV., 15TH ARMY CORPS, FIELD ORDERS,

In the Field, Widow Peacock's, GA., Numbers 18.

November 27, 1864.

I. The Second Brigade, Colonel R. N. Adams commanding, will move on the Sandersville and Johnson road to-morrow, the 28th instant, at 5. 30 a. m., in rear of the First Division, in the following order: One regiment in the advance, followed by the battery; one regiment on either side of the trains; and one regiment in the rear. The trains will move as follows: First, the Second Brigade train; second, the First Brigade train; third, the Third Brigade train; fourth, the pioneer corps train; fifth, the ordnance train; sixth, the supply train; seventh, the ambulance train. The train should be kept well closed up, to make it as short as possible.

By order of Brigadier General John M. Corse:

LEO CARPER,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS SEVENTEENTH ARMY CORPS,

November 27, 1864.

Captain SAMUEL L. TAGGART,

Assistant Adjutant-General, Dept. and Army of the Tennessee:

CAPTAIN: I received notice from General Howard on the morning of the 24th instant that my section of the bridge train was at Gordon, and