of which it is composed will report to Brigadier General John F. Miller, commanding post of Nashville, Tenn.
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By command of Major-General Thomas:
GENERAL ORDERS, HEADQUARTERS U. S. FORCES, Numbers 3.
Pulaski, Tenn., November 13, 1864.
The following are announced as the names of the works composing the defenses in and around Pulaski:
1. The battery at the most southern end of town to be called Battery Lane.
2. The work at the female seminary to be called Lunette Opdycke.
3. The work at McCullain's house to be called Lunette Evans.
4. The redoubt on the point of the ridge by the Cornersville road to be called Redoubt Sumn.
5. The work at the northern point of the same ridge, where the old Columbia road crosses it, to be called Redoubt Waters.
6. The works on the cluster of hills, spurs, and ridges, fortified by General Bradley's brigade, to be called Bradley's Intrenchments.
7. The line of works constructed by Colonel Martin's brigade to be called Martin's Lines.
8. The works constructed by Colonel Knefler, on the most westerly hill, to be called Redoubt Knefler.
9. The work constructed by Colonel Post's brigade to be called Demilune Post.
10. The work on the central conical peak (where the flag-staff is) to be called For Pulaski.
11. The works between Lunette Evans and Redoubt Suman to be called Grose's Lines.
By command of Major-General Stanely:
W. H. SINCLAIR,
SPECIAL ORDERS, HDQRS. 1ST DIV., 14TH ARMY CORPS, DEPARTMENT OF THE CUMBERLAND, Numbers 16.
Atlanta, Ga., November 13, 1864.
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V. Lieutenant Colonel J. H. Brigham, Sixty-ninth Ohio Volunteer Infantry, will assume command of the Second Brigade of this division, composed of the Sixty-ninth Ohio and the Thirteenth and Twenty-first Regiments Michigan Volunteer Infantry.
By commandof Brigadier General W. P. Carlin:
G. W. SMITH,
Captain and Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
CALHOUN, November 13, 1864.
Will re ready to leave here early in the morning. I respectfully suggest that you send a battalion to Tilton. Guerrillas are getting quite