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Lawson Dugger and son, and a number of others of the Puritan stock, who were long suspected and informed on, but who were permitted to remain in Chattanooga as spies on our actions, it being considered good "conciliation policy!" By this very policy, in fact, pursued by the Government, we have gradually lost the whole of Tennessee. It is stated that the Yanks are building a permanent bridge across the Tennessee at Chattanooga, but have abandoned the bridges at Bridgeport and over Running Water creek. Some persons have entertained the idea that the two corps of the enemy that lately took up its march from Bridgeport towards Nashville were going to Stevenson, and from thence they would cross the Tennessee and come down to Lebanon, Alabama, which is only fifty miles E. N. E. from Rome, and thus flank us and turn our rear. But this is not at all probable at this season, and the present condition of the roads, which, over this route, would be next to impossible, as they would ha