which continues south along the base of the ridge on the western side of the cove.
Along this road a line of telegraph wires extended from Chattanooga to General Rosencranz's headquarters, and at the gorge of the gap a train of wagons filled the road, while a number of caissons and a battery of artillery, for defence of the traand seven caissons captured.
The wagons contained some quartermaster's property, but were mainly loaded with ammunition for artillery and infantry.
Two of General Rosencranz's escort, and Captain Hescock, of the First Missouri Federal Light Artillery, Battery G, were captured on the side of the ridge west of Villetoe's house, whest ends of the crest are the most elevated points of the spurs.
On the slope north of the west end is Snodgrass's house, at which were the headquarters of Generals Rosencranz and Thomas during the latter part of the battle.
Towards the south the slope from the crest is gradual for some distance in several places, and especially