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ne of communication. The railroad bridge at Bridgeport will be finished about the 1st of November. So will that over Falling Waters, near Chattanooga, and the road finished about the same time to the latter place. Then, as soon as fifteen or twenty days supplies for the army are placed in Chattanooga and the balance of the reinforcements reach Rosecrans he will push after Bragg. Bragg's main army is supposed to be falling back to further fortify Atlanta and the crossings of the Coosa river, where the next great battle will probably be fought, as it affords the best grounds for it this side of Atlanta. Hooker's and probably Sherman's corps will probably make a similar movement to the one by Rosecrans which secured the evacuation of Chattanooga without a battle. Indeed, Gen. Rosecrans had secured the victory before the late battle was forced upon him. General Grant and staff left this morning for the front. Mr. Dana, who arrived from Stevenson last night, accompanied