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ept. 11, 1863. Burnside telegraphs from Cumberland gap that he holds all East tennessee above Loudon, and also the gap of the North Carolina mountains. A cavalry force is moving toward Athens to calleck says he now ordered Burnside to concentrate his army on the Tennessee river westward from Loudon, so as to connect with Rosecrans, who had just reached Chattanooga, and that it was hoped that te a number of them; when our men in turn encountered a superior force, and were chased nearly to Loudon, losing heavily. We took 111 prisoners this day, and lost 324, with 6 guns; the killed and wounded on either side being about 100. Our total loss in prisoners to Longstreet southward of Loudon is stated by Halleck at 650. The enemy advancing resolutely yet cautiously, our troops were withdrawn before them from Lenoir and from Loudon, concentrating at Camp-bell's Station--Gen. Burnside, who had hastened from Knoxville at the tidings of danger, being personally in command. Having been jo