Atilinta, Nov. 28. The city 3 ful! of uonllietiug rumore of the Iwttk) of Chiokamauga. We have lo-t' mnny prinoQers, estimated at 5,000 and upw-ards, All our dead aud eerioufily woiindbd are in the hancU of the eneniy. In the athick on Lookout Mouniain the ènemy'a loss was grenter (han ours. They drovo úa back by forcé of numbers. Skirmishing coutinued Satuiday and there vvas intense firÍDg Sunday and Monday. The eneiny chíirgud wilh 4 000, ut tho saino time occupyipg the attention of our [iffbt wing at the íoot of Missionary Kidgc. The corps of Gen. Hreckinridgo met the shock with unfliuching courage nnd determiuation. In the afternoon tho eaein)' ocreased in nuinber, nnd by repeated attacks succeeded iü nuiking an impresión on our linos. At 4 P. M. tho lcft of the centre gave way, the eneiny pouring thniugh the valley like a fl.H.d. Our troops seeing ttierheolves cut off, go-t confused andretreatcd in disorder. Alter repeated charges we evactiated Missionary Kidge od Wt'driotsday. Oiir anny is iiow at Cliickiimartga. We have COO prisouirtr. Washington anti CuUes' battet'ïos l'nst a'l theil' gans. General Waltham was ouncled. Our wounded are arriving here and being cared fur. - Gent-ral Bragg's headquarturs are now ftt Riiigold."