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pt the Chattanooga region has been evacuated by the rebels and is now free. Kingston is on the Church river, and also on the line of the Tennessee Railroad. General Rosecrans's army is also successfully operating, and will shortly surmount the difficulties opposing the advance on Chattanooga. General doubt occupied Knoxville by eral brigades of infantry and batteries had just preceded the train. The bridge will be replaced by to morrow. There are several more at different points. General Rosecrans and staff crossed this afternoon. A Washington Dispatch to the New York Times says: A distinguished officer in the Army of the Potomac has sent inword that General Lee has not given the slightest evidence of a purpose to move his forces. On the other hand; he is waiting for the result of the operations of Rosecrans, Gillmore, and Burnside. The opinion prevails among the most intelligent of our officers at headquarters that if those operations are successful Lee will propos
From Tennessee. Chattanooga, Sept. 6. --With the exception of a few shells thrown at our pontoons yesterday, nothing occurred to break the monotony at this place. The enemy seems quite active, both above and below the place, but there is no further indication of an attack. The best informed persons think that no attack will be made here, but an effort will be made to flank us. Two privates, four regulars, and one of Rosecrans's telegraph operators were captured yesterday near Running Water Bridge. Atlanta, Sept. 7.--Passengers from Chattanooga report a force of the enemy at Waxahachie — number not stated.--We learn from Rome that another force is advancing on that point. All accounts concur in stating that the feeling and disposition of the army is one of great desire to meet the enemy, and confidence in the result. From East Tennessee no recent movement to report.