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s of many gallant men and officers. Brig.-Gens. Preston Smith, Helm, and Deshler are killed; Major-General Hood and Brigadier-Generals Adams, Gregg and Brown, wounded. (Signed) Braxton Bragg. From our own correspondent. Ringgold, Ga., Sept. 22. --Our success on Saturday and Sunday was decided. We drove the enemy several miles, capturing fifty pieces of cannon, several thousand stands of small arms, and several thousand prisoners. Gen. Bragg made the attack on Saturday,from General Bragg's telegraph operator: "Riggold, Sept. 21.--We have captured four thousand prisoners and thirty pieces of artillery. We hold the entire battle-field, and are pursuing the enemy to-day." Another Dispatch. Atlanta, Sept. 22. --Advices from the battle-field come in scantily. Sufficient has been received to show that great success has been achieved. In the two days fighting, the main, if not the entire, force of Rosecrans was engaged, and not only driven
From East Tennessee. [Special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Abingdon, Sept. 22. --From gentlemen who left Knoxville last Saturday information is received to the effect that the enemy passed six batteries and large infantry supports up the East Tennessee railroad last week. Nothing new from the front. O. K.
From Charleston. Charleston, Sept. 22. --The enemy's activity on Morris Island, notwithstanding our fire, continues unabated. He is building a covered way from battery Gregg to battery Wagner. For two days past we have shelled his working parties with great vigor. The enemy is building a battery on Black Island.