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canon, called Matt's Hollow. 3. The Wartrace road through Liberty Gap, which passes into the one along the railroad by Bellbuckle Gap. 4. The Shelbyville turnpike running through Guy's Gap. 5. The Middleton dirt road. 6. The road by Versailles, into the Shelbyville and Triune roads, both of which avoid passes and have few defiles. The enemy held all these passes, and his main position in front of Shelbyville was strengthened by a redan line extending from Horse Mountain on the easher two, and await orders. The cavalry, one brigade under General Turchin, was sent with the Twenty-first army corps to look out toward McMinnville. All the remainder under Major-General Stanley, were to meet General Mitchell coming in from Versailles, and attack the rebel cavalry at Middleton. The headquarters of the army was to be established at Mrs. McGill's, at Big Spring branch. All these movements were executed with commendable promptitude and success in the midst of a continuous