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oga. [from our own Correspondent.] Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Sept. 28. Rosecrans has not evacuated Chattanooga, nor is there any reason to believe that he hased by Gen. Bragg, but they have been greatly strengthened and multiplied by Gen. Rosecrans since the battle. There is a star shaped fort of large extent in front of ere Vicksburg and Fort Wagner thus taken? Strong as the position is already, Rosecrans shows no disposition to relax his efforts to render it really and absolutely t the only disagreeable truth we have to record. Reinforcements have reached Rosecrans since the battle, and others are expected. Prisoners and citizens report the 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 a space of time which would not have been ample to replace the bridges. Rosecrans sent in this morning, under flag of truce, one hundred and ninety-two ambulan
From the Southwest. Missionary Ridges,via Chickamauga, Oct. 4th. Another day of quiet. The Yankees are still working on their outer lines. There is no doubt that Rosecrans has been reinforced, as there is another long line of tents visible this morning. Gen. Adams is still in the hands of the enemy. He will be exchanged as soon as he can bear removal. The weather here is clear and cool.
ign we are ill able to suggest; but if the streams that run down from the mountains of Tennessee become suddenly swollen, and the roads are rendered impassable. Rosecrans's reinforcements will reach him slowly, and the difficulty of moving supplies from Bridgeport will be greatly augmented. The further retreat of Rosecrans becomeRosecrans becomes almost impossible, even if he should attempt such a movement. We can cross the Tennessee if he can, but he could not move away his artillery and ordnance trains. A letter from near Chattanooga, dated the 26th ult., says: Since the picket fight night before last nothing has occurred to break the monotony along our lineart of the town. It is supposed by the unitiated that this gun and others that are being mounted will effectually command their pontoon bridges. If this be so Rosecrans may as well capitulate.--If his bridges remain intact his army is still in a very precarious position, because we hold the river above and below Chattanooga and