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e 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 have been rebuilt, and that the cars are now running to Chickamauga station. When will our people learn that they injure themselves only when they destroy railway bridges? The bridges could not be used by the enemy without cars, and of the latter they had none this side the Tennessee, and could not get any in 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 ambulances and several wagons with supplies for his wounded in our hospitals, who have been par