ends that paper a map, showing Morgan to be twenty miles from Nashville Forrest at Lavergne, the same distance Breckinridge at Murfreesboro', twenty miles this side of Forrest, and Anderson's Buckner's, Cheatham's, and Withers's near Elk Ridge.
The letter gives the following arraemy, and they are as well acquainted with it as our own officers.
Forrest and John Morgan have several times paid their respects to it, and dred strong, and Freeman's battery, consisting of six places.
General Forrest of guerrilla fame, commanded.
A general survey of the countryetween with brushwood.
It is perfectly to passable to cavalry.
Gen. Forrest remarked, on examining it, that "it must be the work of some damenemy, and is held as a post of observation.
When this army moves Forrest will fall back to Murfreesboro'. John Morgan is on camped about t of observation, it is supposed, will be abandoned, and Morgan and Forrest will fall back to Murfreesboro', and the whole force then retire t