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From Gen. Bragg's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee. Chattanooga Valley, Oct. 28th. The enemy has gained important advantages within the last forty-eight hours, which, unless they are counteracted in some way, will place the question of subsisting his army in Chattanooga this winter beyond all doubt. But before proceeding further, permit me to correct as error into which I fell in my letter of yesterday. The point at which the enemy laid the pontoon bridges yesterday morning is Brown's Ferry, four and a half miles below Chattanooga by the river, or a mile and a half by land. To reach the ferry by land you cross the river in the rear of the town and the Moccasin, or neck of land below, which is very narrow, though the distance around it is considerable. Having constructed their pontoon boats and placed the bridge timber aboard, the pontoneers and the expeditionary forces embarked night before last at Chattanooga, and under cover of darkness
n summarily ordered from some of the ports of Prince Edward's Island. A private letter from an officer attached to the former vessel states that, when at Charlottetown, an order came from the Governor requiring both vessels to put to sea, a proclamation in the name of the Queen having been made making the demand, which was promptly complied with. Miscellaneous. "The trains on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad now makes regular trips to Catlett's Station, some thirteen miles beyond Manassas. The road will be put in complete repair as far out as the army has advanced in the course of four or five days more. A refugee from Spotsylvania county, Va., by the name of King has arrived in Alexandria with the report that Hood's division of Longstreet's corps that went West to the aid of Bragg has rejoined Lee. King states that he did not meet a single Confederate picket on his way. Senor Romeo has been received by Lincoln as the Minister of the Juarez Mexican Government.
tion at Chattanooga. --The Atlanta Register, of Sunday last, has the following about the situation in front: There are rumored movements of which it may not be advisable to speak. Whether Bragg falls back or fights, the people have at length learned to confide in his care, forethought, and caution. He will move so as to save the army in East Tennessee, as well as his own, whenever he finds the weight of artillery and numbers against him. We have heard nothing reliable to indicate Bragg's purpose to change his position. Gen. Hardee has gone to Chickamauga. The Marletta Confederate has news by the train that skirmishing was going on yesterday morning between our forces and the enemy on Lookout Creek. It is said that Jenkins had only two brigades in his encounter with the enemy, who had two corps night before last. Some of our skirmishers were captured. The Confederacy, of the 30th, says: From rumors, which are all swallowed down when the press reports are
Wheeler's command. --A private letter from Bragg's army, in the Augusta Constitutionalist, says: Gen. Bragg has by special order placed the entire cavalry of his army under Gen. Wheeler. This gives him a command of 35,000 cavalry — the largest number of dragoons any General the world ever saw has had command of. Wheeler's command. --A private letter from Bragg's army, in the Augusta Constitutionalist, says: Gen. Bragg has by special order placed the entire cavalry of his army under Gen. Wheeler. This gives him a command of 35,000 cavalry — the largest number of dragoons any General the world ever saw has had command of