Friday, November 25,1864

On the Road East of Milledgeville

Today, Kilpatrick led his cavalry out of Milledgeville in the direction of Waynesborough to harass Wheeler, cover our left flank and to threaten Augusta and force the enemy to keep the town garrisoned. He will attempt to release the prisoners who are being held at Millen.

I accompanied the Twentieth Corps from Milledgeville to Sandersville. On our approach, we found the bridges across Buffalo Creek burned, which delayed us three hours. The Fourteenth Corp is proceeding by a parallel road.

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