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ts continuous music. The Yankees marshalled their forces in long and broad columns from Chattanooga and the various positions along the Office Creek, advancing like the cloud on the unflinching heroes of Cleburne's and Cheatham's commands. Sherman's corps, supposed to number 35,000 men, advanced to the assault, and made assault after assault against the impregnable position. During the hours between 11 A. M. to 5 P. M. the firing of musketry and cannon was incessant. We have never hwas there the boys could whip all the damned Yankees they could bring against them. The Second Tennessee also was supporting this batters, and for infernal stubborn fighting it has never been surpassed. One more assault at 4 P. M., and Sherman's corps received a terrific punishment that made them turn and fly dow the hill, and soon they were lost to view in the stinking murky clouds of war. Our forces pursued them rapidly, and the last account we had from the foe was that they had cro
0 prisoners in his magnificent assault of Lookout Mountain. Gen. Sherman being all prepared began an assault at 6 A. M. to-day upon the sition held by the enemy. Two unsuccessful assaults were made by Gen Sherman, but, with the cooperation of the centre, he ultimately gained te enemy was posted; the main force was driven northward toward General Sherman, who opened on them, and they were forced to break and seek sa and wounded cannot be obtained, as most of the killed were in General Sherman's corps, and remained at dark in the hands of the enemy. The . Some of our wounded were left in the hands of the enemy after Gen. Sherman's unsuccessful assault, but were ultimately recovered. Chated. The enemy also burned the depot and stores at Chickamauga.--Gen. Sherman crossed the Chickamauga this forenoon. Gen. Hooker was reportedbrated Loomis battery, which was lost by us at Chickamauga. Gen. Sherman's loss is much less than was estimated, and will probably not ex