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the squad which was attempting to fire the bridge, and with the prisoners' greasy haversacks, put the fire out. The Etowah River is fourteen miles from Kingston. There a stand will certainly be male, or it may be that a gap in the Altoona Mountaie people will have to be fed out of army rations or perish. The enemy fell back doggedly towards High Tower, on the Etowah River, crossed over and burned the bridge, closely pursued by General Schofield's corps. The day was extremely hot, and thep to and through the battle of Resacca, and the precipitate retreat of the rebels through Kingston and Cassville, upon Etowah River, and Allatoona Gap. At the two former places they offered a slight opposition to our advance, which was quickly sweptund, though it is thought he will recover. There have thus occurred, since the opening of the campaign south of the Etowah River, up to the evening of the twenty-eighth, three separate affairs which approached almost to the dignity of battles. On
ht's march of six miles or eight across the Etowah river, on the Van Wert road. As it had been atign. The cars at present come to the river at Etowah, where there is a large bridge, six hundred fehirty houses, and about ten miles below the Etowah River. General Thomas' are within a quarter of a ruit and await the completion of the bridge at Etowah, the army again took up the line of march sout was wholly deceived, and the crossing of the. Etowah effected without loss. Finding that his opponght the enemy again retreated, crossing the Etowah river, seven miles distant, burning the bridges b twenty-third, when we marched, crossed the Etowah river to the right of the Atlanta road, and campe lie retreated in the night-time across the Etowah river, burning the road and railroad bridges nearsion of the most valuable country above the Etowah river. Holding General Thomas' army about Cassd possession of two good bridges across the Etowah river near Kingston, giving us the means of cross[2 more...]