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Our loss was also severe — a Georgia regiment, of Bate's brigade, losing forty men killed and wounded.
Capt Claybrook, of 20th Tennessee, was mortally wounded.
At Liberty Gap, which is six miles Northwest of Bell Backle, the latter place being about five miles North of Wartrace, our pickets were also driven in by the enemy, when their advance was checked by the gallant brigade of Brig-Gen. St. John Liddell, of Major-General Cleburn's division, which soon became hotly engaged, Capt. Scott's battery of artillery keeping up a destructive fire.
The enemy attempted to flank us on the right, with a view of gaining our rear, which forced Gen. Liddell to fall back two miles. Our loss was three killed, including Capt. Frisk, of the 5th Arkansas, and sixteen wounded, including Capt. Osborn, of the 13th and 15th Arkansas. Capt. Helm, of the same regiment, was reported missing.
It is believed that Rosecrans is determined to bring on a general engagement, anticipating a reverse