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Narrative of Wheeler's Circuit around Rosecrans. The circuit of Gen. Wheeler around Rosecrans appears to have been one of the most dashing episodes of the Western war. The division of cavalry left Gen. Bragg's army, and by the morning of the second day had gained the summit of the famous Walden's Ridge, from whence its work was to begin. A letter from a participant, published in the Atlanta Register, gives the first connected account of the exploit, and from it we take some interesting extracts: Towards nightfall the rain fell in torrents on our devoted boys. The roads soon became almost impassable and dangerous from the mire produced by the passing columns. By 1 o'clock in the morning we were in the Valley at Foster's Cross Roads, leaving several ambulances behind on the ridge, broken down. Two hours more and Gen. Wheeler was on the wing again, with five regiments of Martin's division, to destroy the enemy's trains at Dunlop. In this he was completely successful withou