ning the Fourth corps encamped on the hills about Catoosa Springs, moved east, Stanley taking the lead, followed by Generals Newton and Wood, arriving at Lee's Housee northwest of Rocky Face Ridge.
Newton's division halted in line of battle.
Stanley, with kis invincible division, moved forward about a mile further, on the leftard's intention to throw Wood's division in on the right centre to support General Stanley, but the enemy presented so weak a front that Stanley was able to accompliStanley was able to accomplish all that was expected — the turning of the enemy's left flank by a movement along Tunnel Hill range to the hill immediately in front of the town.
At ten o'clocy, could be discerned on the ridge commanding the town.
Whitaker's brigade of Stanley's division at once moved forward up the moderate slope of the range occupied bhat proved them to be equal for any emergency that may arise.
The brigades in Stanley's division of the Fourth corps engaged, were commanded by Generals Whitaker an