t the destruction of the railroad bridge.
After the expulsion of Bragg's forces from Middle Tennessee, the next objective point of this arage.
The weight of evidence, gathered from all sources, was that Bragg was moving on Rome, and that his movement commenced on the sixth ofy been ascertained that the main body of Johnston's army had joined Bragg, and an accumulation of evidence showed that the troops from Virgint.
A later despatch from the same source says, it is reported that Bragg's whole army, with Johnston's, is at La Fayette.
Generals Brannan t on the eleventh.
Miles's and Buckner's corps were both engaged.
Bragg's army is concentrated at La Fayette.
Headquarters moved by way ofade, General Polk's forces were withdrawn, and the concentration of Bragg's army, and the reenforcements sent him from Virginia and elsewhereadvantage, but it was not to maintain it without a severe contest.
Bragg's reserves — the flower of the Potomac army--were sent to dislodge