we are aware of.
At the last accounts from Bragg he was still retiring, near Dalton.
His army must be nearly broken up.
Bragg, it is rumored to-day, has been relieved.
The appointment of Beauregard to succeed Bragg is not officially announced; and the programmeit is doubted whether Beauregard is to succeed Bragg.
Lieut.-Gen. Hardee is in command, temporarily, and it may be permanently.
Bragg was relieved at his own request.
I know he requested the same Tennessee, estimates our loss in prisoners in Bragg's defeat at but little over 1000, and 30 guns.ly reproaches the soldiers of the left wing of Bragg's army with not performing their whole duty inster, incompetent, etc.-and cited
I saw Gen. Bragg's dispatch to-day, dated 29th ult., asking tond next — if he can. Hardee is yet commanding Bragg's army.
I saw to-day a project, in Mr. Ben. Johnston has been ordered to take command of Bragg's army.
I saw a communication from Lieut.-