MARCH 11, 1863–10 a.m.
General POLK, Headquarters Shelbyville:
Yours of yesterday 6 p.m. is at hand. I send another courier to put on the line with this dispatch. I have one post between here and Unionville, one at Unionville, and will now have two between that point and Shelbyville, with instructions to divide the distance equally. I have nothing new to send from any direction. I hear some cannonading, said to be in the direction of Spring Hill. It has continued, at intervals, since sunrise this morning to within the last fifteen minutes. I have scouting parties gone in the direction of Eagleville, College Grove, and Raleigh Hill.
P. D. RODDEY,
O.R.– SERIES I–VOLUME XXIII/2 [S# 35]
Correspondence, Orders, And Returns Relating To Operations In Kentucky, Middle And East Tennessee, North Alabama, And Southwest Virginia, From January 21 To August 10, 1863.
CONFEDERATE CORRESPONDENCE. ETC.–#3