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mporarily disabled the entire brigade, and large numbers will be in hospital in a day or two. So ends the "great Cumberland Gap expedition." Last night, the Thirty-eighth Ohio encamped five miles south of London. During the night a decayed tree was blown down in camp and several men dangerously wounded--one said to be fatally. The same correspondent gives a lengthy statement of the incidents of the march. We extract the following from the diary of the writer: London,Ky.,November 13. --Long before 8 o'clock, P. M., most of the troops of the Wildcat Brigade, with three days rations in their haversacks, were prepared to march. The sick who could be removed — and there were many too feeble to walk, yet able to ride — were transferred to those wretched instruments of torture to the ill or the healthy--two wheeled ambulances and to common army wagons, some of which were uncovered, thus exposing men to the raw night air. But many poor bed-ridden fellows who were necessaril