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that ten thousand had crossed to this side of the Tennessee. The Lynchburg Republican of yesterday learns from various sources entitled to credit, that. A force of the enemy, estimated at 1,400 cavalry, with military, are certainly at Morristown, which is a depot on the East Tennessee and Virginia railroad, about thirty miles this side of Knoxville. They are in possession of three trains, one of which they captured in Knoxville, the other two were taken on route from Bristol. The train that left the latter place on Wednesday was captured on its arrival in Knoxville, but the conductor made his escape. They captured the telegraph operator at Morristown, and one report is that they got three operatives, but this is doubtful. It is said that the force of the enemy operating in that region is not Burnside's command, but bushwhackers and sharpshooters under Carter, composed of Union men of East Tennessee, and that Buckner with his command was absent from Knoxville, which be