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The Daily Dispatch: December 15, 1863., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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ies had to be hauled, and the heavy rains and swollen streams by which his trains were delayed, reduced his successor, Gen. Thomas, to this unpleasant condition: He must either re-open the railroad line, restrict his troops to quarter rations or lesoga rather than move across the river upon the enemy's rear. Be this as it may, on the night of the 28th of October, Thomas threw a force over the Tennessee, at Brown's Ferry, four or five miles below the town by the river, and a little more thale. Indeed, it is the belief of Gen. Bragg and intelligent officers generally, that but for the adroit manœuvre by which Thomas got possession of Lookout Valley, he would have been forced to abandon Chattanooga some weeks ago. Even the Federal newspts ground much longer, would have encountered a fresh danger in this flank movement. Hooker commanded the Federal right, Thomas the centre, and Sherman the left, Grand being in supreme command of the whole. Grant's forces, at a low calculation,
Charged with stealing. --Claiborn Thomas, arrested on the charge of stealing a pair of pantaloons from Isaac A. Goddin, is to be examined before the Mayor to day.