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The situation at Chattanooga. [from our own Correspondent.] Lookout Mountain, Tenn., Sept. 28. Rosecrans has not evacuated Chattanooga, nor is there any reason to believe that he has any such intention. The long lines of infantry, cavalry, and artillery reported by the signal corps some days ago to be crossing the Tennessee to the north side, are now believed to have been forces sent out for the purpose of escorting provision and forage trains to Stevenson and McMinnville, whence the Federal army obtain their supplies.--Their wagon trains have been sent across the river and parked only for greater safely. A few brigades of infantry have also been transferred to the north bank with a view to guarding Butler's ford, four miles below the north end of the mountain, and Kelley's ford, some nine miles further down. The river at the town is in the form of the letter "S," in the northern curve of which, but on the south side of the river, the Federal army is encamped. A heavy ba