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for the lion's audacity! The men of the Army of Tennessee wish him to fall into no securer trap than this! Opinions are divided as to whether he will form a junction with Burnside in East Tennessee, or leave the latter to fight it out with Buckner, while he endeavors to move in the direction of Dalton. An eminent general officer of this army believes that he is moving his whole force to effect a junction with Buckner; that Crittenden's headquarters are now at Dunlop, at the foot of the mBuckner; that Crittenden's headquarters are now at Dunlop, at the foot of the mountain; that he has left large garrisons at Bridgeport, Stevenson, and Murfreesboro', and has 45,000 left with which to reinforce Burnside. If the view and information of this officer be correct, he is then compelled to fight a desperate battle; for if he fails his whole army will fall an easy prey to Bragg, whose communications with the rear will be left undisturbed, while those of Rosecrans will extend over two difficult mountain ridges, sparsely settled, badly watered, and easy of ambush.