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Operations about Lookout mountain. We have on hand, and now publish for the first time, a number of reports of affairs about Lookout mounLookout mountain. The reports given below will be followed by others until the whole of the series we have is completed. We have been promised by seve
rces were along the regular line of investment, extending from Lookout mountain, on the left, to Lieutenant-General D. H. Hill's corps, on the s' brigade--Colonel John Bratton commanding — in the action at Lookout Mountain, on the night of the 28th of October, 1863.
command.Killed nnessee, to the extreme left of our infantry lines, the top of Lookout mountain, reporting to Lieutenant-General Hardee.
On the 11th of Novem lowing report of the part taken by my command in the affair on Lookout mountain, 24th November, 1863.
About dark, on the evening of the 23d day, my command, which occupied a position on the west side of Lookout mountain, and near the northern slope was ordered to stand to arms.