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sville, and reconnoitre boldly toward Rome and Alpine. These movements were completed by McCook's of infantry thrown forward to the vicinity of Alpine, which was executed on the eighth and ninth ofnt, the cavalry was ordered to push, by way of Alpine and Broomtown Valley, and strike the enemy's rss-Roads, at the foot of Stevens's Gap, and at Alpine, a distance of forty miles from flank to flankin's brigade of Davis's division marched on Alpine, Ga., to support the cavalry. Heg's brigade, ofeadquarters of the corps were moved to near Alpine, Ga. On arriving at Alpine, I discovered thatAlpine, I discovered that the enemy had not retreated very far from Chattanooga, and, not being able to communicate with Genemerville as ordered. My corps was isolated at Alpine, and, had it moved upon Summerville, it would tember 12.--My command rested in position near Alpine. September. 13.--Orders were received from and. My corps was moved up the mountain at Alpine, Ga., on the night of the thirteenth, and on the[2 more...]
sed to the burning rays of the sun, they reached the vicinity of Lafayette, Georgia, on the ninth. The enemy's cavalry, under General Wilder, had already reached Alpine, and driven back Pegram's cavalry, and it was reported that a large body of the enemy was in the direction of McLemore's Cove. Breckinridge's division, composeto Lafayette from the southward. On the morning of the thirteenth, our scouts reported a large force of the enemy advancing on our position from the direction of Alpine, twenty-five miles south-west of Lafayette. Adams's brigade was immediately thrown across the road to oppose the threatened advance, Stovall forming on the leftame down from Knoxville to Loudon and Cleveland. On the morning of the fourteenth, it was reported that the enemy had abandoned his position in the vicinity of Alpine, and that he was moving up McLemore's Cove in the direction of Chattanooga. General Cheatham's division was ordered to proceed toward Crawfish Springs, about hal