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ne of battle, and Crittenden's the centre, and Thomas's the left. The enemy first attacked our leftis force, and by a circuitous route joined General Thomas, who now had to breast the tide of battle wever, made his way to the left and joined General Thomas, who still remained immovable in his posite had marched to the sound of the cannon. General Thomas merely pointed out to him the gap through the enemy made repeated attempts to carry General Thomas's position on the left and front, but wereack beyond the range of our artillery, leaving Thomas victorious on his hard-fought field. As moslso, to withdraw the left wing to that place. Thomas, consequently, fell back during the night to R accordance with his recommendation, Major-General G. W. Thomas was placed in the immediate command end of Missionary Ridge up to the tunnel, and Thomas repelled every attempt of the enemy to regain n killed and wounded is not known. While Generals Thomas and Hooker pushed Bragg's army into Georg[1 more...]
: from General Grant. [received 6.40 P. M., Nov. 23, 1863.] Chattanooga, Tenn., 3 P. M., Nov. 23, 1863. Major-General H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief: General Thomas's troops attacked the enemy's left at two P. M. to-day, carried first line of rifle-pits, running over the knoll one thousand two hundred yards in front of Woof it, taking about two hundred prisoners, besides killed and wounded; our loss small. The troops moved under fire with all the precision of veterans on parade. Thomas's troops will intrench themselves, and hold their position until daylight, when Sherman will join the attack from the mouth of the Chickamauga, and a decisive battle will be fought. U. S. Grant, Major-General. From General Thomas. [received in cipher, 8.45 A. M., Nov. 25.] Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 24, 1863--12 M. Major-General Halleck, General-in-Chief: Yesterday, at half-past 12, Granger's and Palmer's corps, supported by Howard's, were advanced directly in front of our forti