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tenden's, corps, under Matthews, and Wood's divisions entered Lebanon on the 10th inst., driving Morgan's cavalry out, and capturing a large amount of flour, bacon, wheat, boots, shoes, mules, and some prisoners. On the next morning Morgan made a dash on Wood's camp, eight miles from Lebanon, and captured thirty of our men. On the morning of the 9th, Parker's brigade entered Gallatin, and encountered 800 of Morgan's men. He captured 20 of them and one piece of artillery. All of Morgan's cavalry joined Breckinridge at Murfreesboro', and it is supposed had left for Chattanooga, whither a Morgan's cavalry joined Breckinridge at Murfreesboro', and it is supposed had left for Chattanooga, whither a large rebel force was going. It is reported that an immense amount of rebel arms and supplies have been collected opposite Chattanooga, without facilities for transportation across the river. nerals are now without commands: Geo. B. McClellan, John C. Fremont, Geo. Cadwallader, Edwin D. Morgan, Irwin McDowell, Cassius M. Clay, Ethan A. Hitchcock, Fitz John Porter, and Gen. Harney.