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The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1863., [Electronic resource], The position of affairs before the battle of Lookout Mountain. (search)
etters are frequently sent, and sometimes travel is also permitted. Mrs. Gen. Helm passed through the other day. A letter to the Atlanta Register dated Missionary Ridge, Nov. 15, says: The signal corps, under the supervision of Captain G. C. Bain, has proven itself to be a valuable organization. Lookout Mountain converses with Missionary Ridge with expedition. Messages are borne on the air for five and six miles with a celerity barely to be believed. The signal flag transmits messages and orders throughout the whole army. Some of the corps having been consolidated, and all placed under the command of the untiring and indefatigable Bain, its efficiency and discipline will be more perfect, and its services far more useful. The signal corps always on the qui vive, their flag reports every movement of the enemy by day, while their land torch is ever watchful by night. The roads are in a fine condition, and the weather beautiful. The army is losing no time in pre