War of the Rebellion: Serial 092 Page 0616 OPERATIONS IN S. C., GA., AND FLA. Chapter LVI.

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III. Captain Alexander McIntosh, assistant quartermaster, Third Division, will cause one empty wagon to report to each regiment of this command one hour before marching to-morrow morning. These wagons will be used by the regiments for transporting their supplies - rations of flour, meal, potatoes, and bacon -ad nothing else. They will accompany the regimental wagons, and will not be taken from the direct line of march.

By order of Brigadier General M. D. Leggett:

J. C. DOUGLASS,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

CIRCULAR.] HDQRS. FOURTH DIVISION, 17TH ARMY CORPS,

Scarborough, GA., December 3, 1864.

The First Brigade of this command will destroy the railroad from Station 7 to a point three miles east, commencing at 6 a. m. to-morrow. The remainder of the division will be prepared to move at 9 a. m. to-morrow, on the Savannah road. An officer of the staff will assign the different commands their respective places in order of march.

By order of Brigadier General Giles A. Smith:

CHAS. H. BRUSH,

First Lieutenant and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.

HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

In the Field, Millen, GA., December 3, 1864.

Major-General SLOCUM,

Commanding Left Wing, &c.:

GENERAL: Concentrate your command at or near Buck Head Church, prepared to move toward Savannah by two or more roads, dressing to the right on General Blair, who will move by the railroad. look to your rear toward Augusta. Kilpatrick will be with you. I await your coming at Millen.

Respectfully, &c.,

W. T. SHERMAN,

Major-General.

HEADQUARTERS MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,

In the Field, Millen, GA., December 3, 1864.

Major-General SLOCUM,

Commanding Left Wing, &c.:

GENERAL: The General-in-chief wishes to know if you have received the cipher instructions, indicating the roads you are to move on to-day and following. General Blair is moving along the railroad, destroying it, and will be near Paramore's Hill to-night. No communications have been received from you for two or more days, and the general is not advised of your progress. He wishes you to inform him of your present position, viz, of the Fourteenth and Twentieth Corps, and also of General Kilpatrick, and any other information or news you may have that will be of interest or service to him.

Yours, &c.,

L. M. DAYTON,

Aide-de-Camp.