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The great battle of Chickamauga. [from our own Correspondent.] Near Chattanooga, Tenn., September 23d, 1863. The most important battle of the war, after that of the first Manassas, has just been fought and won by the Confederate arms.--The result is told in a few words: There is no longer an armed enemy on the soil of Georgia! Only the Federal dead, wounded, and prisoners, now remain. The multitudinous host, swelling with confidence and pride, who lately invaded that powerful State, threatening to overrun her territory and devastate her homes, has been defeated and forced to seek refuge behind barricades and breast works along the banks of the Tennessee river. Let every heart in all our suffering land give thanks to Almighty God for His great kindness for this signal deliverance. Having been detained on the route, I arrived upon the field too late to witness the battle. I am also almost wholly uninformed of the organization of the various corps, divisions, and brigad