vision, which was still in Lookout valley, Geary's division, and Whitaker's and Grose's brigades of the First division, Fourth corps, under Brigadier-General Cruft, Thomas, announcing our success.
Late in the evening, that brave officer, Colonel Grose, arrived with his troops on the crest in the rear of my command, where he ty command relieved from skirmish duty on the front line during the night by Colonel Grose.
The enemy threw grenades or shell over the cliff, and the fire of their sssionary Ridge.
At a signal from our centre near Chattanooga, we advanced--Colonel Grose's splendid brigade having the advance, my command supporting him. General Cvision.
The enemy were driven with great impetuosity and loss.
To prevent Colonel Grose's command from being flanked on the left, two of my regiments — the Thirty-en John E. Smith's, with Morgan L. Smith upon the extreme left.
Whitaker's and Grose's brigades fought with Hooker; Jeff. C. Davis was in reserve on the extreme lef