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The preliminary fight commenced, it may be said, on Friday, the 18th inst., at Alexander's bridge, eight miles west of Ringgold. Walthall's brigade was principally engaged and suffered most, one regiment losing 73 killed and wounded. Gen. Bushrod Johnson's brigade moved up at the time from Ringgold, crossing the Chickamauga above at Reed's bridge, the enemy falling back before us and marshalling their forces in line of battle. Their advance on Georgia soil had been so successful and easy ss that bravery can command. The noble divisions of the heroic Breckinridge and chivalrous Cheatham carried the last entrenchments and they slept upon the field with the wreath of victory crowning their brows.--McNair's brigade, attached to Bushrod Johnson's division was on the left of Gen. D. H. Hill's corps, and charged the entrenchments Sunday with its famed and distinguished gallantry, taking 14 pieces of artillery. Gen. McNair was wounded, and the noble Col. R. W. Harper, commanding a br