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The Daily Dispatch: November 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], McNeill's capture in Hampshire county. (search)
th ardor upon the works at the foot of Mission Ridge.--Hardee, commanding, then met the attack with wonderful vigor and success. Charge after charge was repulsed. Five hundred dead lay in front of our works. Our right stood firm. The battle ceased at dark on Wednesday. After nightfall the enemy improved his position on Lookout, posting batteries to enfilade position on Mission Ridge, necessitating its evacuation, when our line fell back eastward of Mission and behind Chickamauga, where it now stands. The battle was not renewed on Thursday. Our loss in killed and wounded is not a thousand; the enemy's is at least twenty thousand. Our loss in prisoners is not known — we have six hundred prisoners. Grant commanded in person. Washington and Cobb's artillery lost all their guns. General Waltham is not seriously wounded, and is now here. Governor Harris, who fought through the battle, is also here. Our wounded are beginning to arrive. Bragg's headquarters are now at Ringgold.