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From Chattanooga. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee, Chattanooga Valley, Nov. 2d. The situation remains the same as at the date of my last letter. The enemy still holds Lookout Valley, Brown's Ferry, Raccoon Mountain, and the railroad and river from Bridgeport to a point within one mile of Lookout point. No further effort has been made to dislodge him since the unsuccessful attempt of Gen. Jenkins. Had the attack been made in sufficient force the day after the Federal
en us and our base of supplies, and expose our flank and rear to a movement either from Chattanooga or Bridgeport, and if we do not go into the valley we cannot dislodge the enemy.--Why, then, should we remain longer in the mud and water in Chattanooga Valley?
Gen. Hardee has arrived and been assigned to the command of Polk's corps.
Another Federal corps, making the third, has arrived from the Potomac.
The enemy has fallen back from London in the direction of Knoxville, and considerable s