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RICHMOND, VA., January 11, 1865.

General W. J. HARDEE, Charleston, S. C.:

Yours of the 8th instant received. Your plan seems to me judicious and I hope may, with Divine favor, prove successful. General Beauregard is probably by this time at Hood's headquarters, and if troops have not already started to aid you he will, I am assured, make every exertion to re-enforce you from that army as rapidly as possible. You must use all means to obtain men from Georgia, either reserves, militia, or recruits. General Cobb can more effectually aid you by having his headdquarters at Augusta. If your relations to Governor Brown enable you to influence him that is the means sto be employed.


[JANUARY 11, 1865. - For Hardee to Davis, reporting operations, see Part I, p. 1067.]

SELMA, ALA., January 11, 1865 -7. 30 a. m.

Lieutenant General W. J. HARDEE, Charleston, S. C.:

Major General D. H. Hill has been ordered to report to you. If not otherwise needed he might be assigned to command of the District of Augusta. There is a large amount of cotton in Augusta. It should be properly disposed of.




ADJT. AND INSP. GENERAL'S OFFICE, Numbers 8. Richmond, Va., January 11, 1865.

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XI. Ten of the eleven companies composing the organization known in the Army of Tennessee as the Fourth Georgia Cavalry (formed upon the basis of the Twenty-third Georgia Battalion) will constitute the Twelfth Regiment Georgia Cavalry, to take effect from the 30th of January, 1863, the date of the organization effected under the orders of General Bragg. The eleventh company will be the subject of assignment to some Georgia battalion or other organization to be designated hereafter.

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Assistant Adjutant-General.

SPECIAL ORDERS, HDQRS, DEPT. OF S. C., GA., AND FLA., Numbers 6. Charleston, S. C., January 11, 1865.

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II. On the arrival of Brigadier-General Browne's brigade in Augusta the operatives of the Athens factory, Georgia and Princeton factories will report to Major G. W. Cunningham for return to their establishments.

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By command of Lieutenant-General Hardee:


Assistant Adjutant-General.