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s being one of the most disgraceful occurrences of the war.-- The garrison is said to have been in command of Gen. Frazier, of whom we know nothing. That noble regiment, the 1st Tenn., which had been recently placed on detached service in the vicinity of the gap, were ordered to this place, and took up their line of march hither on Sunday morning before the surrender, and reached here on last Sabbath. It is understood, since their arrival here, that the Yankees pursued them near. Jonesville, Va. As to the probable result of this surrender of the gap, we will not speculate further than to say that we are fearful that the enemy will prosecute his journey to the Salt Works. There is a turnpike road from the gap to Eastillville, thence there are two parallel turnpikes to Saltville--one by way of Lebanon and Haytor's Gap, the other through the Poor Valley and by way of Abingdon. It is certainly a matter of vital importance that our authorities and people still look to the prote