2 pages, 4to, fold separation neatly repaired, otherwise fine. BRAGG'S INVASION OF KENTUCKY. A fine military letter. After withdrawing from Corinth, Polk crossed the Tennessee River north of Chattanooga heading for the neutral state of Kentucky: "I left Chattanooga yesterday and arrived at...Genl Withers Head Qts....[Withers] will go forward as rapidly as possible so as to put & keep his command one day at rear of [Benjamin] Cheatham...I propose he shall be in his proper place by the time he reaches the top of the mountain on the other side of the Lequatchee Valley...Cheatham's Division I am advised moved up to the neighbourhood of Coulter's Yesterday...I leave immediately & will camp at Genl Cheathams Hd Qtrs tonight."" /> POLK, LEONIDAS, <I>Major General, C.S.A.</I> Autograph letter signed ("L. Polk") TO BRAXTON BRAGG, Fort Wing, Miss., 29 August 1862. <I>2 pages, 4to, fold separation neatly repaired, otherwise fine</I>. BRAGG'S INVASION OF KENTUCKY. A fine military letter. After withdrawing from Corinth, Polk crossed the Tennessee River north of Chattanooga heading for the neutral state of Kentucky: "I left Chattanooga yesterday and arrived at...Genl Withers Head Qts....[Withers] will go forward as rapidly as possible so as to put & keep his command one day at rear of [Benjamin] Cheatham...I propose he shall be in his proper place by the time he reaches the top of the mountain on the other side of the Lequatchee Valley...Cheatham's Division I am advised moved up to the neighbourhood of Coulter's Yesterday...I leave immediately & will camp at Genl Cheathams Hd Qtrs tonight." | Christie's