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th side of Holston River, down the valley of Buck Creek; while Colonel Giltner, commanding Brigadier-General Williams's brigade, was to move he north side of the river. During the afternoon of the fifth Colonel Giltner concentrated his command, and went into camp at Kingsport, and position, instead of by the south, to the rear or west of it. Colonel Giltner had received information of a home guard camp, on the Carter's Shields, where he was ordered to halt and hold his position. Colonel Giltner halted the head of his column at Miller's, eight miles from RoRussell's or Chism's ford — in front of the enemy's position. Colonel Giltner at once ordered Colonel Carter's regiment to charge, which theck from General Jones, and a cheer went up from both columns. Colonel Giltner had, by this time, brought up his reserves, who charged down tby order of General Jones, against the earnest remonstrance of Colonel Giltner. This resulted in the escape of many prisoners, and the loss