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eral army consisted of four corps--Thomas's, Crittenden's, McCook's, and Granger's — the whole numbeimated at 15,000, making 90,000 in all. Crittenden's corps having taken position immediately becation and cutting off our retreat, and that Crittenden's corps had crossed the Tennessee near Chattt Dr. Anderson's house, where he could check Crittenden, in case the latter should press down and atnsequences. About one o'clock, fearing lest Crittenden, who had reached Lee & Gordon's mills, mighte been completely overwhelmed, and McCook or Crittenden would have been as completely at our mercy. Indeed, by a rapid movement upon Crittenden, who would then have been easily destroyed, we could ha discovered about the middle of the day that Crittenden had retired a few hours before beyond the Chinds of Heaven. In the meantime, whilst Crittenden was thus slipping from the hands of Gen. Polga, where Thomas had preceded him, and where Crittenden had halted. The whole Federal army, which a[5 more...]