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Defeat of Gen. Bragg. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee, Chickamauga, Nov. 25, Midnight. The Confederates have sustained to-day the most ignom
an overwhelming force as General Grant had concentrated around Chattanooga.--Gen. Bragg abandoned also the whole of Chattanooga Valley, and the frenches and breastwo nd did not number less than 85,000 veteran troops.
The Confederate army, under Bragg, Hardee, and Breckinridge, did not number half so many.
Longstreet's Virginia been better not to have accepted battle to-day, but have retired last night.
Gen. Bragg thought, however, that there was not time, after the loss of Lookout, to get ntage of bring able to manœuvre his army upon the cord of a semi-circle, whilst Bragg could move only upon the arc.
But let us proceed with the battle, the stra n of it retiring under orders, but the greater part in unmitigated rout.
Gen. Bragg did all he could to rally the fugitives and reform the broken line.