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all in numbers were obliged to leave. It is evident we must have another struggle before Rosecrans is driven across the river. Rosecrans has certainly been concentrating his forces since Sunday, and that he has been able to gather as much physical force as he lost, may be true. Burnside's disposable force may have joined him, and his garrisons left lower down and north of the river may have been hurried to his support. And it will be remembered that the letter of our correspondent, "Kingston," published yesterday, (who writes advisedly,) informs us that five brigades of infantry, one of cavalry, and several batteries of artillery, left Huntsville, Ala, on the 13th inst. If this force had not come up in time to participate in the late battle, they will have had time to make the march ere this. It is the impression of our officers they were engaged before, but the Federal officers captured say not. It may be so. Gen. Braggs' Dispatch to Gen. Beauregard. Chickamauga River,