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o cross the Tennessee twice to reach his depot; we have to cross the Chickamauga once to reach ours. But will the enemy be allowed to remain where he is? A vigorous assault yesterday might have dislodged him, but it is doubtful whether it can be done now without a loss altogether disproportionate to the advantages to be gained. It may be, nevertheless, that an attempt to drive him away will be made. You will be surprised to hear that the idea prevailed in high quarters yesterday that Thomas had seized this point to cover his retreat by the river road to Bridgeport! The hallucination that the Federal would not be able to maintain themselves in Chattanooga is now dissipated into thin air. As was intimated in my letter of last night, the artillery duel between our guns on Look-out and the enemy's Moccasin batteries came off to-day, and ended in — smoke. Sallust October 29--7 A. M. Jenkins attacked the enemy last night at Brown's ferry, and drove them back, bu
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