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alternatives are left us — either to dig up to the place as the enemy did at Vicksburg and Fort Wagner, or to manœuvre him out of it. To do the former will require time and labor; to do the latter will be difficult and hazardous, as will be apparent to the most casual observer of the map of Tennessee. This is not the only disagreeable truth we have to record. Reinforcements have reached Rosecrans since the battle, and others are expected. Prisoners and citizens report the arrival of Burnside's column, and late Federal papers hint that other troops are on the way. The retention of Chattanooga is considered as of the first importance, not only as regards Tennessee, but as a point d'appui in the future conduct of the war, and it will be held if possible. The papers admit the defeat of Rosecrans, but ascribe it to the large reinforcements which they say were sent to Bragg. It is understood that the four bridges burnt by the Confederate cavalry on the Georgia State Railroad ha
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n killed in this war. The military expediency of keeping out of danger is fully appreciated by those heroes, so self-denying of glory, so generous in their distribution of the posts of honor and peril to the humble privates in their ranks. Burnside, butting the heads of his rank and file against the ramparts of Fredericksburg, and ensconcing himself in a snug covert three miles from the roar of battle, is a fair specimen of the military discretion of the Commander in Chief of the Federal feat law of self preservation. Such slaughter as has been witnessed among the common soldiers of the Yankee army has not often been witnessed, nor such exemption from peril as their leaders have enjoyed. Scott, McClellan, McDowell, Buell, Pope, Burnside, Hooker, all live, and have not even a scar to testify that they have ever been engaged in a battle of this war. And yet, though successful in escaping Confederate bullets, they are as dead, to all intents and purposes, as if they had share