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post one hundred and fifty prisoners, with Lieutenants Inloes and Norton. We here destroyed the railroad bridge, seven hundred and twenty feet long, over the Holston River, the county bridge over the same stream, and captured a lot of flour, three car-loads of salt, sugar, coffee, bacon, meal, etc. ; also, about three thousand poght flank! enemies on our left flank! Bushwhackers popping at us on all sides, while we pursue the even tenor of our way. On Wednesday night, while crossing Holston River at Kingsport, the bushwhackers under Colonel Johnson, of Kentucky notoriety, attacked our advance. A brisk skirmish was kept up for half an hour, without any ad is serious, as, beside burning the bridges named, the track is torn up in many places, and the sills and iron burned. The distance between the Watauga and Holston Rivers is nine miles, and the burning of the bridges across these streams involves a loss of that distance in our railroad communications. It will take several week