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by the west side of Lookout Mountain and Raccoon Mountain. The mouth of Lookout Valley terminates towards the river at Brown's Ferry. It is a continuation of Will's Valley, which is formed by the slope of Lookout and the continuation of Raccoon Mountain, called Sand Mountain, running southwest. The Will's Valley Railroad runs frChattanooga to Trenton, a distance of 21 miles. As the enemy now controls the occupation of Raccoon Mountain they will be able, unless driven out, also to hold Will's Valley. The bridge over the Tennessee, which crosses Long Island at Bridgeport, is nearly completed by the enemy, and it is reported will be finished in ten days. Th miles below Chattanooga, to obtain the full occupation of the road up to Brown's Ferry. This will soon enable them to take the offensive, and if they make another flank movement by Will's Valley will necessarily compel us to fall back. Our plans however, which of course are not known, may change the whole complexion of things.