GENERAL ORDERS, HDQRS. FIRST Brigadier, SEVENTH DIV.,
CAV. CORPS, MIL. DIV. OF THE MISS., Numbers 23. Gravelly Springs, Ala., February 1, 1865.
In obedience to Special Orders, Numbers 18, headquarters Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi, I hereby assume command of the First Brigade, Seventh Division, Cavalry Corps, Military Division of the Mississippi. Staff appointment heretofore made will remain un handed further orders.
GEO. W. JACKSON,
Colonel, Commanding Brigade.
HUNTSVILLE, February 1, 1865.
It was mistake saying Forrest was at Tupelo with Taylor. His whereabouts not known. Is supposed to be [in] interior of Mississippi.
R. S. GRANGER,
SPECIAL ORDERS, HDQRS. DIST. OF EAST TENNESSEE AND
FOURTH DIVISION, 23rd ARMY CORPS, Numbers 26. Knoxville, Tenn., February 1, 1865.
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4. Upon the arrival of the Thirty-fourth Kentucky Volunteer Infantry at Cumberland Gap, Tenn., the Eleventh Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry will proceed to Knoxville, reporting on their arrival to Brigadier-General Gillem, commanding brigade of Governor's Guards.
By command of Brigadier-General Tillson:
W. W. DEANE,
Captain and Assistant Adjutant-General.
EMINENCE, KY., February 1, 1865.
I chased Quantrill all day yesterday from Spencer through Shelby toward the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad; am still after him; will catch him if I can.
H. M. BUCKLEY,
Colonel Commanding Fifty-fourth Kentucky.
LEXINGTON, February 1, 1865 - 3 p. m.
Colonel H. M. BUCKLEY,
Fifty-fourth Kentucky, Eminence, Ky.:
Yours received. Major Mahoney with detachment Thirtieth Kentucky and Twelfth Kentucky Cavalry went yesterday toward Elizabethtown after a large force of mounted guerrillas. Are they the same ones you are after?
J. S. BUTLER,
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