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nts in that direction. --Hood's brigade, under the command of Gen. Jenkins, tried to dispossess them the other day, but failed. The battle will be fought in the Lookout Valley and its vicinity. The hopes of the country were very high when Rosecrans was first driven back to Chattanooga. It was believed that he could be shut up there, and that his supplies would be so effectually cut off as to render it imperative upon him either to fight Bragg at a great disadvantage, to attempt to retreaing one themselves. If Gen. Bragg should be driven from his position, we not only lose East Tennessee entirely, but we open the door for the invasion of Georgia, where there is a very large supply of cotton, which formed the main inducement of Rosecrans's invasion of that State. It will thus be seen that the most important interests are involved in the operations around Chattanooga. The existence of the Confederacy is not it is true, exactly involved, but the length of the war undoubtedly is
hmond and the area over which the former two Generals kept surveillance. The rebel force is represented as very weak indeed, owing to the constant drafts toward Rosecrans and Meade. Fortress Monroe, Oct. 24, 1863. --The propeller Virginia, Captain Snyder, arrived this morning from New York, with about 200 rebel prisoners.--Thg Yankee idea of what Grant's campaign is to be: On our right are the Raccoon, Lookout, Sand, and Cumberland Mountains. These can be crossed. They were by Rosecrans, but after months of special preparation; and should the enemy attempt the same manœuvre he may reasonably expect the same fate that befell Rosecrans at ChickamaRosecrans at Chickamauga. It is one hundred and twenty miles from Chattanooga to Atlanta, through the same great valley. With his flanks and rear thus protected by Dame Nature, a powerful army to back him, necessitated to establish a short line, without fear of being flanked, Gen. Grant will be enabled to make the campaign to Atlanta without a seriou