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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1864., [Electronic resource], Alarm among the Federal in East Tennessee. (search)
in East Tennessee. --The Bristol Register gives us the latest news from East Tennessee, from which it appears that great alarm and uncertainty exists among the Federal in that quarter: "Our scouting parties report no Yankees this side of Bean's station, in Grainger county. They were told by citizens that those Federal who came to that place from Cumberland gap were ordered, in a double quick, towards Knoxville. In consequence of the appearance of Federal troops at Bean's station, pre that place from Cumberland gap were ordered, in a double quick, towards Knoxville. In consequence of the appearance of Federal troops at Bean's station, presenting the attitude of a flank movement, our forces were induced to fall back some distance, having important wagon trains to protect. But, on yesterday morning, General Vaughan commenced an advance movement, being determined to find out the force in front of him. We shall not be surprised to hear of his turning up close to Knoxville. "