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ridge about six miles above Chattanooga. By nightfall Gen. Thomas had seized the extremity of Mission Ridge, nearest the river, and was entrenching himself. General Howard, with a brigade, opened communication with him from Chattanooga, on the south side of the river. Skirmishing and cannonading continued all the day on thewhole battle could be seen as in an amphitheater. The headquarters were under fire all day long. Cannonading and musketry were heard from General Sherman, and Gen. Howard marched the Eleventh corps to join him. Gen. Thomas sent out skirmishers, who drove in the rebel pickets and chased them into their entrenchments, and at tton Church, Major of the 8th Maryland regiment; James Hodges, of the firm of Hodges Brothers; William Fell Giles, son of Judge Giles, and now in Switzerland; William H. Howard, son of Charles Howard; late Metropolitan Police Commissioner; James S. Biler, in the Federal army; Samuel Stiratt, son of Capt Stirratt, of the rebel navy;