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From Chattanooga. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee,Missionary Ridge, Nov. 14th, 1863. The enemy, since effecting a lodgement in Lookout Valley, has not been idle. He has thrown up defensive works for his infantry and erected batteries on the range of hills which, starting at Brown's Ferry, run up the valley on the west side of Lookout Creek, and divide it nearly in two equal parts. He is still engaged upon these works. The batteries are intended not only to defend the
They have erected a small earthwork, mounting four or five guns, some five hundred yards in advance of their outer line of entrenchments, and just within their picket line.
It is in front of the railway depot as one looks southeast towards Missionary Ridge.
Other works, have been brought to view recently by the felling of the trees in and around Chattanooga.
The demand for firewood has been pressing, and hardly a tree is left in or near the town.
Among other works, brought to light are thos