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isoners were arrested in the knobs, each armed with gun; pistol, and bowie-knife, and taken to the Watauga bridge. They will probably be brought to Knoxville during the week, to be tried before the Confederate Court. The rebellion in Carter and Johnson counties may be said to be crushed out. The following are the names of some of the prisoners captured: Ham. Smith, formerly Representative from Carter and Johnson;--Heiton, merchant at Elizabethton; two Donglasses, and two Hyders. Wm. Taylor, a Southern-Rights man, was wounded, while returning from the expedition, by a Lincolnite bushranger. From Gen. Floyd's command — Hard fighting and safe Retreat. In Wednesday's Dispatch appeared a telegraphic dispatch from Lynchburg, stating that the Republican would publish a letter from Gen. Floyd's camp, denying that he had been cut off or suffered any disaster. The following is a copy of the letter referred to. It will be seen that Gen. Floyd has been all the time gallantly f