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courage or more distinguished gallantry. Longstreet's veterans and Bragg's braves entered into a generous rivalry, and each strove to set anowed with a steady gaze the path that led to victory. Nor were Bragg and Longstreet insensible to the feeling which animated their follot let us proceed with the battle. It is already known that General Bragg deemed it prudent to withdraw his forces from Chattanooga and Eich Hood and his veterans displayed great spirit and resolution. Gen. Bragg advanced upon the enemy, driving in his outposts and skirmishers,eral commander was evidently surprised by the vigorous movements of Bragg, from whom he expected only a feeble resistance. Even as late as Snor of Walker's corps which was held in reserve. By order of Gen. Bragg the attack was commenced about 10 o'clock Sunday morning, on the fortified in front, and their flanks well protected. It is hoped Gen. Bragg will find some way to manœuvre them out of their hole without a d
ger, to hold his position until nightfall covered his retreat to Rossville. Mr. Shanks left Rossville at 7 P. M. on Sunday, and Chattanooga on Monday. Gen. Rosecrans was falling back on Chattanooga, where he was perfectly safe from all that Bragg could do. His lines of communication were perfectly secure, and he had plenty of ammunition and provisions in Chattanooga to stand a month's siege. The result is virtually a defeat to us, as we have lost tremendously in material, not less than fifty pieces of artillery falling into the hands of the enemy, though Bragg's army only receipts for twenty. The rebel loss in killed and wounded will exceed our own. In killed he lost double our number. Rosecrans is in no danger, but at the time Mr. Shanks left Chattanooga the danger to Gen. Burnside was imminent. The Russian ships in Yankee Harbors. What is looked upon just now with some degree of surprise is the gathering of so many Russian war vessels at New York.--There are a
"Absentee," the correspondent of the Memphis Appeal, was arrested in Rome, la, last Thursday, by order of Gen. Bragg.