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of the Tennessee river, and we have pretty well authenticated accounts that Chattanooga was occupied by a Yankee force of two or three regiments Tuesday morning. They came up the river. In what force they occupied the country north of the river, between Chattanooga and Bridgeport, continued unknown. Rosecrans principal column, strong in numbers; is, it has been ascertained, rapidly moving down along the line of the Wills Valley Railroad, and through the valley, in the direction of Rome or Kingston. The scouts report his numbers variously ranging from 40,000 to 75,000. The whole line of the river and railroad, from Knoxville to Huntsville, is in the hands of the enemy, at present; but a decided victory for the Confederate army will compel the foe to fall back at once. We hope with great certainty as to the result. The only thing to be feared is that the wily Federal General having obtained possession of the river and railroad lines and East Tennessee, and the strong positi