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ing down Wills's Valley in advance of Thomas, were endeavoring to cross the mountain opposite to Alpine, fifteen or twenty miles southwest of Lafayette, for the purpose of destroying our lines of comen divided, and one-half sent through Stephens's Gap to cut off McCook, then many miles below at Alpine, and the other thrown back upon Crittenden. Thus, with but trifling loss on our part, would havhe meantime, whilst Crittenden was thus slipping from the hands of Gen. Polk, McCook had reached Alpine, distant about twenty miles to the southwest of Lafayette. On Sunday the 13th, his advance cavalry appeared in sight of Lafayette, on the Alpine road, and vigorously assaulted the picket line of Gen. Breckinridge; but they were quickly repulsed and considerably damaged. The events here relnew base at Chattanooga. Accordingly, on the 13th McCook was directed to retrace his steps from Alpine, and send two divisions of his corps to support Gen. Thomas. He was ordered to reach Daugherty'