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n's Gap, while Sheridan was to cross at Bridgeport, as soon as the bridge was laid, and join the rest of his corps, near Winston's, by way of Trenton. General Crittenden's corps was ordered down the Sequatchie, leaving the two advanced brigades, is division. The First and Second divisions of cavalry passed this point at one P. M. September 4.--Davis marched to Winston's, at the foot of Lookout Mountain, and seized the pass at that point. Johnson's division marched down Sand Mountain, and camped on the ground vacated by Davis. Winston's is forty-two miles from Chattanooga, twenty-five from Culperton's Ferry, and forty-eight from Rome, Georgia. September 5.--General Sheridan reported his command to be encamped a few miles soued on its march by Negley's wagon-train. September 6.--Sheridan encamped at Stearn's Mills, twelve miles distant from Winston's. On September seventh, no movements. September 8.--Johnson's division marched to Long's Springs, on the Trenton