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ht has taken place, or will soon take place, in Eastern Tennessee or Northern Georgia, and that Gen. Pope's army will soon engage the enemy. Now, that the mortar boats have arrived, stirring work is also looked for from the James river. Great War meeting. Cincinnati, August 1. --A war meeting was held here last night, which was an immense affair.--Business was generally suspended after four o'clock in the afternoon. There was speaking from three stands. The speakers were Governor Morton, Gen. Wallace, Lieutenant Governor Fiske, and many others. Several bands of music, a display of fireworks, and the ringing of the bells of the Fire Department, enlivened the occasion. Resolutions were adopted declaring — we will sustain the Government in a more vigorous prosecution of the war; recommending the confiscation of the property of traitors everywhere; expressing unalterable opposition to compromise with traitors, and that we will resist hostile foreign intervention.