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chments, when a thrilling yell of triumph rang out on the air, which told of our glorious victory. The enemy was completely routed, and in full retreat. Gen. Breckinridge's division, and Gen. Preston's of Buckner's corps, also core a most gallant part in the charging of the enemy's entrenchments, who were driven three miles, b enemy were driven to within five miles of Chattanooga. Gen. Bragg was on the field with the troops, night and day, and in riding down the lines in front of Gen. Breckinridge's division, on the night of victory, he was most enthusiastically cheered by Breckenridge and his brave Kentucky, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida troops. n Helm's 1st Kentucky brigade 1,763 men went into action--432 only came out of it. Among the killed of this brigade we learn the following: Major Rice Graves. Breckinridge's staff, Col. J. M. Hewitt, 2d Kentucky regiment; Capt. Harry Rogers, do.; Lieut. M. M. Carson, do.; Adj't W. Bell, do.; Capt. Daniels, 9th Kentucky; Lieut. Be