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cquainted with the fact that General Buell's positions at Battle Creek, Huntsville, and McMinnville, have been evacuated by that admirable officer. Many newspapers, ignorant of the rebel movements, have blamed General Buell for his inaction and his late retrogressive movements. Gen. Bragg massed his army at Chattanooga and Knoxville, East Tennessee. The column or corps under Gen. Kirby Smith succeeded in flanking Gen. G. W. Morgan, and, with but one battle of any consequence, that of Tazewell, effected the design of getting into his rear, and thence further into Kentucky. All the details of this movement are familiar to our readers. The other two corps have moved with equal secrecy and effect, and are now attempting a junction with Smith. The army of General Bragg is divided into three corps d'armee under Gens. William J. L. Hardee, Leonidas Polk, and Kirby Smith. Each of these corps would number about 15,000 men if the regiments were full; but it is not probable, that, of t