rth-western base of the Cumberland Range to Chattanooga and its vicinity.
The Cumberland Range i East-Tennessee, and their concentration at Chattanooga.
To dislodge him from that place, it was nhe night at Rossville, five miles south of Chattanooga.
During these operations Gen. Thomas pusost before morning, receiving supplies from Chattanooga, and offering the enemy battle during all tossville, sending the unorganized forces to Chattanooga for reorganization, stating that he would ed reported to me that his chief had gone to Chattanooga to report to General Rosecrans.
I then deced the various fords for thirty miles above Chattanooga, and made constant demonstrations at variould, Georgia, fifteen miles south-east from Chattanooga.
The corps, except the brigades that had ben, and without doubt have left the road to Chattanooga, and the rear of the entire army with its lm attention — the pass at Rossville, on the Chattanooga road.
With this in possession of the enemy