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le serious opposition. All of East Tennessee except the Chattanooga region has been evacuated by the rebels and is now free. Kingston is on the Church river, and also on the line of the Tennessee Railroad. General Rosecrans's army is also successfully operating, and will shortly surmount the difficulties opposing the advance on Chattanooga. General doubt occupied Knoxville by this time. The following telegrams has been received in Washington. For a Miles South of Bridgeport September 2. --The army is well across the Tennessee, and occupies a strong position several miles South of the river. No resistance was made Reconnaissances have been made to Trenton, Georgia, without finding the enemy in force. He is said to be intrenched East of Chattanooga. The trestle bridge at Bridgeport, inst completed this morning, gave way this afternoon while the train of the 4th Michigan battery was crossing. One male only was drowned, the water not being over four feet deep.