Itinary as per Zizhi Tongjian 61 and 62:
July 195: The Emperor departed Changan via the Xuanping Gate. After being briefly stopped by Guo Si's men (who retired when the Emperor told them off), they arrived at Baling that night. Later, Guo Si wanted everyone to go to Gaoling, but the ministers and Zhang Ji thought Hongnong was more appropriate.
August 195: Travelled to Xinfeng. Guo Si repeatedly wanted the Emperor to return to Changan, but failing, he went with his troops to the southern mountains.
October 195: Guo Si's adherents Xia Yu and Gao Shuo tried to force the Emperor west. Yang Ding and Dong Cheng escorted the Emperor to Yang Feng's camp. Yang Ding and Yang Feng defeated Xia Yu and friends, and the Emperor was able to move to Huayin.
November-December 195: The Emperor reached Hongnong. Li Jue, Guo Si and Zhang Ji went in pursuit. There was a battle at Dongjian where the Emperor's generals Dong Cheng and Yang Feng suffered a defeat, with many officials and soldiers killed. Dong Cheng and Yang Feng sent for assistance from the White Wave leaders Li Yue, Han Xian and Hu Cai, as well as the Xiongnu Right Worthy King Qubei. Together, they defeated Li Jue and the others, killing thousands.
They resumed the journey east, with Dong Cheng and Li Yue accompanying the Emperor while the rest served as a rearguard. Li Jue pursued and inflicted a defeat similar in scale to that at Dongjian. Amongst those killed or captured and executed were Minister of the Masses Zhao Wen and six of the Nine Ministers. The Huben (Energetic Tiger) and Yulin (Feathered Forest) imperial guards numbered fewer than 100 men after the defeat. The Emperor crossed the Yellow River, losing more followers along the way.
The Emperor reached Dayang, where Li Yue had his camp. He then proceeded to Anyi in an oxcart. Governor of Henei Zhang Yang was one of those who provided assistance. Later, he came from Yewang and suggested that the Emperor go to Luoyang, but as the Emperor's generals would not agree, Zhang Yang returned to Yewang.
January 196: Dong Cheng and Zhang Yang wanted the Emperor to return to Luoyang, while Yang Feng and Li Yue opposed.
February 196: Han Xian attacked Dong Cheng, who went to Yewang. Han Xian was stationed at Wenxi, while Hu Cai and Yang Feng were at Wuxiang. Hu Cai wanted to attack Han Xian but the Emperor ordered him not to.
February-April 196: Zhang Yang sent Dong Cheng ahead to rebuild the palace in Luoyang (Dong Zhuo had sacked it in 189).
May 196: The Emperor went to the camp of Yang Feng, Li Yue and Han Xian, asking them to take him to Luoyang.
June 196: The Emperor reached Wenxi. Later, Yang Feng and Han Xian sent the Emperor east, with Zhang Yang providing provisions.
July 196: The Emperor reached Luoyang.