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than Washington topography around Nashville dispositions of Hood and Thomas Thomas's plan of battle fighting on 15th of December success of national movements battle of 16th rout of Hood pursuit of rebel army Hood crosses Tennessee congrat00; the exact figures were only obtained, however, on the reoccupation of Franklin by our forces, after the battles of December 15 and 16, at Brentwood Hills, near Nashville, and are given as follows: Buried upon the field, 1,750; disabled and placeville, the rebels certainly felt that they were outnumbered, and that their chance was gone; and on the night of the 15th of December, Hood made his preparations for retreat, although the issue was yet undecided. Reports of Hood's corps commanders The country passed in two days from extreme uneasiness and anxiety to exultation and confidence. The event of the 15th of December dispelled at once all fear of disaster at Nashville, or of the invasion of Kentucky; while that of the 16th announc