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Heaven. We meet deserters and refugees, and we gather recruits as we move by hundreds. Much difference of opinion exists as to the rebel forces and what they will do. Some place their number in Tennessee at ten to fifteen thousand, and anticipate a desperate resistance. Others represent them as scattered and demoralized, and predict a flight. We shall soon know. It is believed that they have abandoned the gaps, and are fortifying, several points, probably Knoxville, London, and Kingston. The result of the draft. The New York Herald thus calculates the result of the draft at the North: It is not true, however, as the journals in the interest of the rebels pretend, that the aggregate number of men that will be added directly and indirectly to our armies by the operation of this measure will not exceed sixty or seventy thousand. The whole number drawn under this call, including the fifty per cent. allowed for contingencies, is 450,000. Of this aggregate one-th