HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY CORPS,
MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI,
Johnson’s House, December 17, 1864.
I. Commanding officers will be very active to-night and early to-morrow in obtaining forage, and will see that every horse is well fed.
II. The corps will be assembled in the following order to-morrow:
Johnson’s division, with one regiment on Carter’s Creek, the balance connecting with the Seventh Division, General Knipe, on the West Harpeth River. The Seventh Division will be on the right side of the Columbia pike. The Fifth Division will be on the left of the Columbia pike, its right resting on the left of the Seventh Division. General Croxton’s brigade will be on the Lewisburg pike. When this disposition is effected, at 6.30 a. m. to-morrow the command will move forward in that order.
III. Commanders of divisions and detached brigades will detail a suitable officer from their respective commands to report to these headquarters as aides to the general commanding.
IV. Commanding officers will take measures to bring forward supplies of ordnance, and such other supplies as they may need.
By order of Brevet Major-General Wilson:
A. J. ALEXANDER,
Lieutenant-Colonel and Acting Chief of Staff.
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