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Latest from the North. We are indebted to the courtesy of the officers of the Exchange Bureau for New York papers of Monday, the 21st inst. The Yankees have received the first instalment of the Tennessee news. The dispatch we publish below is all that is published; but the editorial from the Tribune shows that more and worse news, which has not been printed, is in Washington. The Times and Herald, of the 21st, acknowledge a defeat. From Rosecrans — the great battle commenced. Under the heading, "Highly important from Gen. Rosecrans's army, desperate engagement near Chattanooga, the enemy attack Thomas's corps, they are temporarily repulsed, a second assault by reinforcements, the enemy again repulsed, another engagement expected, Gens. Hill, Johnston, Longstreet, and Polk engaged," the Tribune has the following dispatch: Headq's army of Cumberland,Crawfish Spring, Ga., Sept. 19, 1863. A desperate engagement commenced this morning at 11 o'clock. The rebels m