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. The gorge was partly commanded from the Union side by Tunnel Hill. About fifteen miles south, Snake Creek Gap, which had ack began on the 7th of May. On that day Thomas carried Tunnel Hill. Of all the operations on the front during the 8th and Culpepper, Va. * * * * The first move will be Thomas, Tunnel Hill; Schofield, Catoosa Springs; and McPherson, Villanow. Nton evidently awaits my initiative. I will first secure Tunnel Hill, then throw McPherson rapidly on his communications, attssible. On the same day, the 8th, he telegraphed from Tunnel Hill, in front of Buzzard Roost, to General Halleck, at Washill tell the story. And on the 9th, at 8 P. M., from Tunnel Hill, to General Halleck as follows: We have been fightin On the 9th, General Thomas, from his headquarters at Tunnel Hill, sent to General Sherman the following statement of Capot defend it so strongly. On the 10th he wrote from Tunnel Hill to General Thomas: I think you are satisfied that your t