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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1863., [Electronic resource], The fight in-lookout Valley — Details of the engagement. (search)
two brigades last named, being intended as a support to Col. Bratton, commanding the brigade of Gen. Jenkins. These comwn's Ferry, to prevent a movement from that direction. Col. Bratton, with his six regiments of South Carolinians, consistinshes of the enemy's guns. As the engagement progressed Col. Bratton, discovering a weakness on the right of the Federal, lieremptory order was received from Gen. Jenkins, through Col. Bratton, to retire to the bridges. The tidings could scarcely probably between 9,000 and 12,000, seeing the attack of Col. Bratton, rapidly marched up the valley one column aiming to int position at every hazard, and at the same time instructed Bratton to fall promptly back upon the creek. The Federal had read were now within three hundred yards of the road by which Bratton was to pass to the rear Lieut. Col. Logan, of the Hampton on this side of the creek, there awaited the passage of Col. Bratton, who soon followed. Gen. Jenkins, always in his place,