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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], The fight in-lookout Valley — Details of the engagement. (search)
rought away by Colonel Gary, together with a captured flag. Meanwhile the enemy in the vicinity of Brown's Ferry, consisting of Slocum's corps and Granger's corps of the Western army, numbering probably between 9,000 and 12,000, seeing the attack of Col. Bratton, rapidly marched up the valley one column aiming to intersect the long interval between Jenkins's brigade and that of Gen. Benning, and thereby cut the former off from the bridge, and the other column moving to attack the line of Gens. Law and Robertson. The two latter soon became engaged along their front, during which the Federal, hugging the bank of the river, sought to turn the right of Law's brigade and pass around in that direction towards the bridge, which it was now a matter of life and death to us should be stubbornly held. Instantly- divining the intention of the enemy Gen. Jenkins ordered Law to maintain his position at every hazard, and at the same time instructed Bratton to fall promptly back upon the c