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h we find in yesterday's Lynchburgh Republican, says: The enemy advanced within six miles of Bristol, the terminus of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, but retired without coming to the place. skirmish occurred, in which one of the enemy was killed and two captured, who were brought into Bristol on Tuesday. They belong to a Pennsylvania regiment, and we learn, reported their forces at fivtheir mission of bridge-burning, and made a demonstration as if it was their intention to visit Bristol. This, as before stated, they failed to do, fearing, doubtless, to venture so far. They continued in the direction of Jonesboro, but it is stated by our scouts, who came into Bristol on Tuesday night, that they were retreating over nearly the same route they had advanced. The distance from have we heard of that destruction of private property usual in their raids. The citizens of Bristol, we learn, behaved nobly on this trying occasion. Old and young prepared with alacrity to meet