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it is thought the enemy will not be able to capture it. A party left here last evening to go to the assistance of the Victoria. The telegraph has since announced the safe arrival of the Victoria at her wharf in New Orleans. Outrages of the enemy. The Abingdon Virginian, of the 21st inst, says: We are informed by a gentleman direct from Wyoming that a party of Union men and Yankees advanced into that county last week, and set fire to the dwellings of Messrs. Joseph and Wm. McDonald, destroying everything they contained. Besides this, they stole some 16 or 17 horses from the latter. The safety of East Tennessee. The Knoxville Register, of the 19th inst., concludes an article deprecatory of alarms and sudden panics among the people, as follows: East Tennessee to-day, is safer than any portion of the Southern Confederacy, yet when troops from the South and from the Old Dominion are crowding the railways leading into East Tennessee, when before another s