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Lookout Valley, October 28, 1863. Report of General E. M. Law. headquarters Law's brigade, November 3rd, 1863. Captain,--I have the honor to report that my brigade was detached about the 8th October for duty beyond Lookout mountain. The object of keeping a force in that locality, as I understood it, was to blockade
mand of the division, I came to this side of the mountain, leaving Captain L. R. Terrell, A. A. General, as my representative to superintend the operations in Lookout Valley.
On the morning of the 27th, just before daylight, the enemy taking advantage of the fog, which was very dense, commenced the passage of the river at Brown ookout mountain at present, but to take possession of the railroad as far as the Trenton junction, two miles from the foot of Lookout mountain; and by holding Lookout valley, to obtain supplies by running wagon trains from the junction across the bridge above Brown's ferry to Chattanooga.
This has since been done.
About noon o