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Excitement at Monterey — Expected from the Yankees — Promotion of Colonel Johnson, &c. The Lynchburg Republican, of the 7th contains an interesting letter from its special correspondent at Monterey, dated January 3, from which we extract the following: Much excitement prevails, owing to a port that the Yankees are encamped, 3,000-8,000 strong, at Camp Bartow, and force on the farm of Uriah Hevenor, and Green Bank. The people here think they (the Yankees) will pass around our and come to this place, a distance of sixty miles from Camp Alleghany, to take possession of our Commissary Department at our place, where a large amount of previous are stored. Last night a messenger was dispatched Gen. Edward Johnson to Col. Goode's Regiment, camped near this place; also Col. Wm. C. Scott's regiment, encamped Crab Bottom, to report at Camp Alleghany without delay. The presumption is, the orders were sent on the and that Gen. Johnson anticipated to attack at Alleg