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Rebecca Gordon Co., Ga., . Nov. 28
Rebecca Gordon Co., Ga., Nov. 28. Returning to the narrative of events alluded to above, I would take the reader with me to the close of the battle of Missionary Ridge, which was fought on Wednesday, the 25th inst., Gen. Hardee, who commanded the right wing, had repulsed every attack of the enemy, had inflicted heavy loss upon him, and he and his men were congratulating themselves upon their complete and brilliant victory, when Gen'l H., who had passed to his left, (the centre of the
rved out to the men from the depot, and the trains sent forward.
Some of the stores were shipped off by the railroad; the remainder was destroyed.
The army was put in motion by two o'clock at night on the road to Ringgold, and Gen. Bragg and Gen. Hardee left at daylight next morning.
The road was as had as it could be, and but for the friendly light afforded by the moon on that and the preceding night the army could not have effected its escape.
Thursday, Nov. 26th.--After a fatiguing m
Hardee. --It has been the fortune of this General always to whip his share of the fight, no matter what may be the general results of the day — At Shiloh he drove the enemy to the Tennessee river, and would have run them into it but for an unlucky order from the Commander in Chief to retire. At Murfreesboro', in command of our left wing, he fought one of the most terrific battles and won as brilliant a victory as there is on record. Unfortunately, the centre and right did not do so well. And now again, in the Chickamauga Valley, he triumphs over the foe and captures seven stand of colors when all the rest of the army is flying in confusion from the field.