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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs on the
Rapidan — the enemy Retiring towards Fredericksburg. (search)
The latest from Georgia. the enemy forced back beyond the Chickamauga, and retreating on Chattanooga--Gen. Hardee in command of the Army of Tennessee. [from our own Correspondent.] Dalton, Ga., Dec. 2. --The enemy has been forced back beyond the Chickamauga river, and is retreating on Chattanooga.--They utterly destroyed the town of Ringgold and the railroad in their retreat. Gen. Braxton Bragg has been relieved at his own request of the Army of Tennessee, and Gen. Hardee takes command for the present, and perhaps permanently. Gens. Grant, Thomas, and Hooker were present at the battle at Ringgold, in which Maj.-Gen. Cleburne inflicted such a terrible repulse upon their forces. Their loss in that fight is now estimated at 2,000 killed and wounded. The Army of Tennessee was not demoralized, nor was it routed in the recent three days fight. There is no news from Longstreet. Sallust.