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From Gen. Bragg's army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Tennessee. Chattanooga Valley, Oct. 28th. The enemy has gained important advantages within the last forty-eight hours, which, unless they are counteracted in some way, will place the question of subsisting his army in Chattanooga this winter beyond all doubt. But before proceeding further, permit me to correct as error into which I fell in my letter of yesterday. The point at which the enemy laid the pontoon bridges yesterday morning is Brown's Ferry, four and a half miles below Chattanooga by the river, or a mile and a half by land. To reach the ferry by land you cross the river in the rear of the town and the Moccasin, or neck of land below, which is very narrow, though the distance around it is considerable. Having constructed their pontoon boats and placed the bridge timber aboard, the pontoneers and the expeditionary forces embarked night before last at Chattanooga, and under cover of darkness