HDQRS. FIRST DIVISION, FIFTEENTH ARMY CORPS,
Hickory Hill Post-Office, S. C., February 1, 1865.
Respectfully referred to commanidng general of the army corps.
C. R. WOODS,
Brevet Major- General.
HEADQUARTERS IVERSON'S DIVISION,
In the Field, February 1, 1865.
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General:
LIEUTENANT: Prisoners say that the Nineteenth Corps, commanded by Sheridan, is now in Savannah, and they say that Kilpatrick is on this side of the Savannah River. Scouts saying that they belong to his command have been to Springfield. The enemy are still crossing the river, and not advancing on this side of the river. They charged and scattered my pickets day before yesterday.
Respectfully, your obedient serdvant,
Several torpedoes have exploded at Sister's Ferry, doing some dalmage among the enemy. A portion of the Twentieth Corps crossed below Siser's Ferry, and it is this part of the army which has probably reached Robertsville.
AUGUSTA, GA., February 1, 1865.
Brigadier General W. W. MACKALL,
Commanding, &c., Macon, Ga.:
GENERAL: General Beauregard desires that you will send and afficient commandant of the post to Mayfield, to see that no confusion and delay takes places in the prompt transmission of troops. Left him be instructed that if cars are not in readiness at Mayfield on the arrival of the troops, they must march to Camakk, where they will meet transportation.
GEORGE WM. BRENT,
Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General.
(Copy to Major General D. H. Hill, commanding, &c., Macon, Ga.)
MONTGOMERY, ALA., February 1, 1865.
Assistant Quartermaster, Columbus, Ga.:
Major Willis telegraphs that Cheatham's corps quartermaster should get clothing, shoes, and blankets from you. He cannot be communicated with. You had better issue the clothing, &c., to the different quartermaster passing thorungh with troops, as they must be furnished and there are none at Augusta.
J. B. EUSTIS,