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ll the force that could be spared from the railroad, and most on the main wagon road by way of Whitesides to Wauhatchie, in Lookout Valley. Maj Gen. J M Palmer was to proceed by the only practicable ver from his position opposite Chattanooga to a point on the north bank of the river opposite Whitesides, then to cross to the south side and hold the road passed over by Hooker. In the meantimeooker emerged into Lookout Valley at Wauhatchie, by the direct road from Bridgeport, by way of Whitesides to Chattanooga, with the Eleventh Army Corps, under Major Gen Howard and Geary's Division, of s Corps forward to Brown's Ferry. The division that started, under command of Palmer, for Whitesides, reached its destination and took up the position intended in the original plan of this movemepplies from the terminus of the railroad at Bridgeport, namely: the main wagon road, by way of Whitesides, Wauhatchie, and Brown's Ferry, distant but twenty-eight miles, and the Kelly's Ferry and Brow