eaders are familiar.
It is rumored he has been made a Major General.
There is little doubt that he commands a division of this army, organized to penetrate a country with which he is intimately acquainted, and in which, it were useless to deny, he has a widespread and evil influence over certain classes of people.
Cheatham, of Tennessee, Atolerson, of Pensacola notoriety, and Maury, of Tennessee.
have divisions in Polk's corps.
With the two corps of this army thus organized under Hardee Polk, and Bragg, on or about the 22d of August, crossed the Tennessee river to Harrison, a few miles above Chattanooga, the stream at that point being easily forded.
On the evening of the 27th of August he had marched westward by the Mountain road to Dunlop.
At the time of reaching this point, our informant first saw them, and, lying in the bushes near the town, marked them go by. He counted forty pieces of field artillery, five regiments of cavalry, and thirty-six regiments of infantry, the