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Address of General Bragg--re-occupation of Murfreesboro'. Chattanooga, Sept. 10. --A congratulatory order from Gen. Bragg to his army on the recent successes of the Confederate army has just been received. It is dated Sparta, 5th inst., and says: "Our campaign opens suspiciously. The enemy is in full retreat, with consternation and demoralization devastating his ranks. To secure the fruits of this condition we must press on vigorously and unceasingly. Alabamians, your State ionquerors. Kentuckians, the first great blow has been struck, for your freedom. Soldiers from the other States share the happiness of our more fortunate brothers, and will press on with them for the redemption of their homes and women. [Signed.] Braxton Brace. Chattanooga, Sept. 10.--Col. Forrest re-occupied Murfreesboro' last Sunday. He arrived there just in time to save the Court-House, which the rear guard of the Yankees had fired. There was not a Yankee left when he arrived.