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n just through from there we gather the following items: It is reported that the Rev. Isaac Lewis, an aged and well known minister of the Methodist Church, died recently, after a prolonged illness, at Knoxville. The Rev. R. M. Stevens, who was arrested by the Federals on their advent into East Tennessee, and sent to Camp Chase, died of hardships whilst being transported to that prison. Mr. John Bise, a citizen of Knoxville, also died whilst en route from that city to one of the Northern bastiles. It is rumored that our forces have destroyed two of the three small steamers used as transports by the enemy on the Tennessee river between Chattanooga and London. The Yankees are building a star fort near Dr. Baker's, ten miles south of the city. The small-pox is raging at Knoxville. Among the recent victims is Mrs. Joroulman, wife of R. D. Joroulman, Esq. The Yankees are erecting fortifications on Love's hills, four miles northeast of the city, on the Rutledge road.