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20,000 reinforcements have been skillfully placed at the disposal of Rosecrans, so that he may build his large army upon Bragg and crush him out; and, if successful in doing this, cross a large flanking army through the country via Corinth or Columarmy under command of Braxton Bra gr. There are but two ways to meet this Yankee movement successfully. The first is for Bragg to strike Rosecrans at once and before Siegel can come to his aid, thereby depriving him of the great advantage he is so by which it will be able to hold its ground. The other means of meeting this overwhelming assault is by reinforcing Bragg's army from Virginia. If Hooker can spare Siegel, Lee can dispense with Longstreet, and his army may be able to reach Tunds of the Confederacy. The aspect at this movement is not very favorable, but we trust to the foresight of Johnston and Bragg to meet the exigencies of the central campaign. In the meantime the greater portion of Vanhorn's cavalry have crossed Du