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of the 21st, acknowledge a defeat. From Rosecrans — the great battle commenced. Under the heading, "Highly important from Gen. Rosecrans's army, desperate engagement near Chattanooga, the ens: A dispatch has been received from Gen. Rosecrans, stating than a reconnaissance in force waormation about the strategy and movements of Rosecrans and Burnside. We copy a portion of it: nges seem to lie on either side of it, and Gen. Rosecrans's line of battle extended along its more rapidly to concentrate his forces, Gen. Rosecrans fell back upon the creek, and formed his lysburg did on Saturday confront the lines of Rosecrans to the southward of Chattanooga. * * * side were last week so far on their way to Gen. Rosecrans that they will arrive in season for the prandled. The country has all confidence in Gen. Rosecrans and his army. Well is it for us that the day night, the 18th inst. The news from Rosecrans sent gold up to 134½ in New York on Saturday[1 more...]
asconade Extraordinary. --On the 19th day of September--the very day on which the battle terminating in the rout of Rosecrans and his army was fought — the New York Herald told its readers that Meade and Rosecrans were both moving on the rebel cRosecrans were both moving on the rebel capital, (this city,) the one through Virginia and the other through Georgia; that the rebels were in the utmost terror at the anticipated success of these movements, which were to be executed simultaneously; that Bragg had collected 100,000 men froms it is of such crude and discordant materials, "it cannot stand a day before the disciplined and victorious legions of Rosecrans."--Before the newsboys were done distributing the newspaper containing this gasconade the "disciplined legions" of RoseRosecrans were already in full retreat before this army of "crude and discordant materials," and twenty four hours after they found themselves compelled to take leave in the night, leaving their killed and wounded to be buried or nursed by their enemy.
orrect former unsatisfactory reports that have come in. The principal correction we have to make is, that the enemy's line was formed on the West Chickamauga river, not on Pea Vine Creek, as reported. After two days desperate fighting, Rosecrans was driven several miles from his position, and our right flank took and held the road to Chattanooga by which he received his supplies. Last night our right was one and a half miles in advance of that road, cutting him off completely from Chattanooga, which was seven miles distant. On Sunday night, Rosecrans abandoned the field, and selected a new position on the mountains. On Monday morning skirmishing occurred as our troops pushed forward, and about two P. M. cannonading was heard in front. From the best information we can obtain the enemy has concentrated on the Mission Ridge, and Longstreet was to advance against them this morning. Our loss is stated to reach from ten to fifteen thousand. That of the en
From Charleston. Charleston, Sept. 23. --Last evening our Parrott guns on Sullivan's Island opened a more rapid fire upon the enemy than has been heard here for the past fortnight. The fire was maintained all night and continues this morning. [Second Dispatch.] Charleston, Sept. 23. --Our fire against the enemy has been steady all day and still continues. Gen. Beauregard having received a dispatch from Gen. Bragg, announcing a complete victory over Rosecrans, a national salute of 21 guns was fired by order from each of the batteries. Fort Sumter joined in the salute.