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of some movement in the centre to strike there. They massed a column six or eight deep against our thin line and broke through it, scattering the divisions more by main strength and pressure than by their fire, into the hills and hollows of Mission Ridge behind them, where the nature of the ground made it difficult to keep them together or rally them. This was the only real reverse of the day. It embraced but two divisions, as already stated, and of these, Sheridan and Davis, who, Wilder sayty or thirty miles has added a gloomy shade even to the most cheering aspect of the fight; but the distance was small, our extreme right, which was farthest away on Sunday, being less than twelve miles off, and the left, after falling back to Mission Ridge, being hardly more than half of it. On Monday, immediately after the return from the field, Wilder was sent off up the Tennessee to guard fords and passes for Burnside's benefit, and took with him despatches from Rosecrans with full news o
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fficer of the Forty-first Ohio regiment. It remained with its protector during the siege, which terminated in the rout of Bragg's army at Lookout Mountain and Mission Ridge. When the regiment marched with Granger's corps to the relief of the beleaguered army,at Knoxville, it accompanied it, and when the Fortyfirst reenlisted, thi to Cleveland. The Sabbath day — toward Welden bridge slow stoops the autumn sun; As when by prophet's mandate stayed, he paused on Gideon. Above the crest of Mission Ridge the shifting cloud we see Is not the fleeting morning mist that shrouds the Ten-nessee. A hundred thousand freemen pale struggle beneath its shade; While, fromhardihood, We have met the rude invader, and spilled his richest blood. While nations celebrate their birth, or venerate their slain, Shall live the heights of Mission Ridge and Chickamauga's plain. Now let the hated Yankee seek again his native sod, And feel, in this last fearful stroke, the hand of Israel's God; Let him tame his