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d to, we have no means of ascertaining; but when we consider that Rosecrans had sixty thousand men, it is not to be supposed that he would hans, which command the place. The probability, therefore, is that Rosecrans will not attempt to make a stand there, but will continue his retom Tennessee into Alabama and Georgia during the present season. Rosecrans's plans is to get possession of the whole of Tennessee, and rendeon Ridge, twelve miles from Chattanooga. From this we infer that Rosecrans fell back during Monday, without being fiercely pressed by our tr back and claim a victory.--At Murfreesborough every — officer in Rosecrans's army, except Rosecrans himself, was in favor of a retreat. "WaiRosecrans himself, was in favor of a retreat. "Wait a little while," said Rosecrans, "and you will see the enemy himself retreating."And so it turned out. In all three of these battles we faiRosecrans, "and you will see the enemy himself retreating."And so it turned out. In all three of these battles we fairly beat the enemy, and if we had but known it he would have retreated, and we have saved the honor of our arms. While exulting in our s
Great victory in Northern Georgia. Rosecrans defeated and retreating — Official Dispatch from Gen. Bragg--desperate fighting — casualties Among our General Sept. 21. --A general engagement between the armies of Gens. Bragg and Rosecrans commenced Saturday morning about eight miles west of Ringgold, and continuedas heroes should to the eloquent call of Gen. Bragg. On Saturday morning Rosecrans's forces occupied the line of Pea Vine creek, the only water in the vicinity. leading to Chattanooga, which runs parallel with Pea Vine creek, along which Rosecrans brings his supplies. We now hold this road. On Saturday Hood's divisionchieved. In the two days fighting, the main, if not the entire, force of Rosecrans was engaged, and not only driven back from all positions, but was greatly demit. No additional particulars to report.--We met here the whole force of Rosecrans's army. Isham G. Harris. Another Dispatch. A telegram from Col. B