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to defend both front and rear. Position of Bragg's army in the West--reconnaissance by Buell. A reconnaissance in force was made by General Buell from Cave City, on the 18th inst, and a letter dated there the 23d gives the result of it. The reader will smile at the lies italicised in the second paragraph, so well illustrating the dependence to be placed in Yankee letters: Gen. Buell moved at an early hour on Thursday from Cave City towards Horse Well, a point some three miles east, and about five miles from the turnpike road by which Bragg had marched to Munfordsville. By daylight he had felt the enemy, and, approaching cautiously, had drivee to Munfordsville, and the reduction of that point, Bragg had no road to get South without fighting; for while he was engaged at Munfordsville Buell moved up to Cave City, and made a movement on the Glasgow road. There no longer remained an egress for him. What was more natural, then, than to avoid him, and push forward to some p