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r of the main ridge called Pigeon Mountain, and the other at or near Colonel Winston's, opposite Alpine. During the ninth, it was ascertained that a column, estimated at from four thousand to eight upon us, at or near Lafayette. The corps near Colonel Winston's, moved on the mountain towards Alpine, a point twenty miles south of us. The one opposite the cove continued its movement, and threw f discovered his error, and commenced to repair it by withdrawing his corps from the direction of Alpine, to unite with the one near McLemore's Cove, whilst that was gradually extended towards Lee and September, McCook's corps of infantry and Stanley's corps of cavalry moved over the mountain at Alpine, and, after a severe fight, our cavalry (under Colonel Avery, a most gallant and discreet officearters Breckinridge's division, of date September sixteen, 1863, I moved from my position on the Alpine road, near Lafayette, Georgia, on the Catlin's Gap road, at or near the latter place on the morn