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been so long on short rations that my first thought was the establishment of a line over which food might reach them.
Chattanooga is on the south bank of the Tennessee, where that river runs nearly due west.
It is at the northern end of a valley five or six miles in width, through which Chattanooga Creek runs.
To the east of en o'clock the bridge was laid, and our extreme right, now in Lookout valley, was fortified and connected with the rest of the army.
The two bridges over the Tennessee River — a flying one at Chattanooga and the new one at Brown's Ferry — with the road north of the river, covered from both the fire and the view of the enemy, made comes down the centre of the valley to within a mile or such a matter of the town of Chattanooga, then bears off westerly, then northwesterly, and enters the Tennessee River at the foot of Lookout Mountain.
This creek, from its mouth up to where it bears off west, lay between the two lines of pickets, and the guards of both armie