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he has a third bridge, which cannot be seen from Lookout Mountain. In addition to this, the reinforcements sent out from Meade's army are reported to be at Bridgeport and intermediate points, water-bound and unable to move. Granger's corps is on the north side of the river, opposite Chattanooga, where it was sent, I presume, to guard against an attack upon the Moccasin batteries. At last we have authentic intelligence from Gen. Wheeler. He crossed the Tennessee near the mouth of the Hiwassee, passed around Rosecrans's army, destroyed the stores at McMinnville and at a number of depots on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, set fire to the tressel work at several points on the road, captured or destroyed between seven and eight hundred wagons, took a number of prisoners, and sustained considerable loss himself; was pursued by a heavy force, and finally effected a junction with Gen. Stephen D. Lee, at Decatur, Ala, where he recrossed the river. It is stated, also, that he bu