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From Chattanooga. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee, Missionary Ridge, Nov. 11th, 1863. The good weather continues, and the roads have improved very much. The nights are cold and frosty, and the days bright and sunny, with just enough of sharpness in the atmosphere to render exercise pleasant and to make one feel as if he would enjoy a march of fifteen or twenty miles over the frozen roads. It is not probable that Gen. Bragg and Gen. Thomas will fall to avail themselves of the good weather, if either of them contemplates active operations. We know that Sherman, Who commands the Federal auxiliary Army of the Tennessee, has reached Huntsville, on his way to join the Army of the Cumberland, at Chattanooga. He undertook to repair the Memphis and Charleston Railroad as he advanced; but the destruction of the track by Lee's and Roddy's cavalry, who fell back before him, was so complete that he finally abandoned the work, crossed the Tennessee river at Florence, an