oncentration of his army in McLemore's Cove.
Granger's corps came up from Bridgeport, occupied Rospossibly the loss of Chattanooga.
But he had Granger's corps to hold the fortifications of Chattans of Longstreet, until Steedman's division of Granger's corps came to his relief about 3 P. M. Well.
From prisoners we soon learned that it was Granger's corps.
We were apprehensive that a flank aall back and align upon Cleburne, when we saw Granger's corps approaching on our right, and I did r, believing that a withdrawal in full view of Granger would invite an attack upon our flank, and th to my assistance by the wing commander.
But Granger, who had gallantly marched without orders to ns thus describes the timely help afforded by Granger to the sorely beset Thomas:
Arrived in sight, Granger discovered at once the peril and the point of danger — the gap — and quick as thought the day.
Thomas had received orders after Granger's arrival to retreat to Rossville, but, stout