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An Impressible --A New York paper, of the 29th May, says. It is now well understood that "unauthority hangers on" were excluded from the army of Tennessee by Gen. Hattleck because the rebels managed to obtain intelligence of the disposition of our forces through someone with the army. The leaky individual, according to the correspondent of the Cincinnati Times, is a brother of Governor Yates, of . The rebel agents were two fascinating sisters named Irwin, whose father owns any amount of broad acres and almost counted contrabands, and who have the enviable reputation of being the "most elegant ladies in Tennessee," reside at Savannah, and since the occupation of the place they have professed strong Union sentiments, and their parlor has been a general rendezvous for all the young gallants in the service. No one questioned their loyalty, and in course of time they became as familiar with our position and strength as our own Generals. The principal portion of this inte