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The Daily Dispatch: June 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], Opening of the campaign against
Opening of the campaign against East Tennessee The Yankee raid upon Knoxville and the East Tennessee and Virginia and East Tennessee and Georgia railroads is the procurator of Burnside's active operations against that portion of the Confederacy. A letter in the New York Herald, a few days since, descanted on the immense importance of these coming movements. Burnside is described as in the saddle at the head of his army, and his headquarters were on the 4th last, temporarily located at HiBurnside is described as in the saddle at the head of his army, and his headquarters were on the 4th last, temporarily located at Hickman's Bridge, on the Kentucky river, a little over 100 miles from Cumberland Gap. The strategical results of the invasion of East Tennessee, the writer thinks, will be to paralyze the efforts to reinforce Johnston at Vicksburg, threaten the flank of Gen. Bragg, and "secure one of the most important lines of interior communication of the rebels. " The correspondent builds high hopes on the reported Union feeling in the section Burnside is about to invade, and thinks the Yankees will be greatly