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p the liver. On the evening of the twenty-fifth of November orders were given to both Thomas and .Off.Men.Off.Men.  November 23, 12342  57 November 25, 3219  24   Aggregate, 15561  81 Num, 194. Total, 203. Number engaged, November twenty-fifth--commissioned officers, 6; enlisted, 1, 230. Total, 244. Number engaged, November twenty-fifth--commissioned officers, 11; enlisted, 24. Total, 447. Aggregate engaged, November twenty-fifth--commissioned, 17; enlisted, 301. Tot; enlisted, 89. Aggregate casualties, November twenty-fifth--killed, commissioned, 1; enlisted, 10 the twenty-third, twenty-fourth, and twenty-fifth of November, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. On tac of Sherman's men. Events of Wednesday, November twenty-fifth. Wednesday morning came, and a and East-Tennessee road, have been burnt. November 25--2 A. M. Finding that he could not withd. The situation is critical. Chickamauga, November 25--Midnight. The confederates have sustain[2 mo
-General Volunteers. Major W. H. Morgan, Assistant Adjutant-General Coast Expedition. Official Copy. Chas. P. Stone, B. G. Chief of Staff. Report of Colonel H. D. Washburn. headquarters First brigade, First division, Thirteenth army corps, Saluria, Texas, December 3, 1864. Major: I beg leave to submit the following report of the part taken by the First brigade, First division, Thirteenth army corps, in the reduction of Fort Esperanza, on Matagorda Island: At midnight, November twenty-fifth, I had succeeded, after much difficulty, in getting the whole of my force across Cedar Bayou upon the island, and marched immediately to join General Ransom, some eight miles in advance. After a few hours' rest we moved up the island, making a very hard march through the sand of twenty-three miles; camped for the night, and moved in the morning for this place. My brigade, by your order, moving along the beach, about twelve o'clock we had advanced to the lighthouse, and in close pro
ripes waved upon the point of rocks on the summit of this grand old mountain. This was the conclusive evidence to observers for many miles around that one of the grandest feats of the war had been performed by our soldiers in successfully storming this stronghold, and taking most of the enemy, that were there posted, prisoners. Our advancing lines completely enfiladed most of the enemy's works, which were poorly adapted to the defence of the position. Early on the morning of the twenty-fifth November, the Eighty-fourth and Seventy-fifth Illinois were advanced on the left to make a reconnoissance, and captured some rebel guards, camps, baggage, and several boxes of arms, near the road from Chattanooga up the mountain to Summer Town, and found that the main force of the enemy had evacuated Chattanooga Valley. These facts being reported, the whole force, under General Hooker, moved about ten o'clock A. M., toward Rossville, situated at the base of Missionary Ridge, five miles dista