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From Tennessee. Atlanta, Sept. 8. --The report from East Tennessee to-day is that Andy Johnston is in Knoxville, under the renegade Sam Carter. They declare that every citizen who sympathizes with Tennessee and every loyal citizen shall be indemnified for all losses from the property of the rebels. All the cattle, including the milch cows, are driven into the Yankee camps, and every act of vandalism is committed against the farmers to deprive the country of the power of providing food. In consequence of this policy several companies have been formed of men who have been driven from their desolated homes, and they have crossed Tennessee to join our army. Our cavalry fronts the enemy near Athens, and skirmishes are frequent. Nothing of interest from Chattanooga to-day.
From the Trans-Mississippi. Mobile, Sept. 8. --Gen. Kirby Smith is at Shreveport. Richard Taylor's command is at Vermillionville, having evacuated Brashear. Sam. Houston in July. [So reads the unpunctuated telegram — a word, no doubt, omitted.] The people of Texas are perfectly loyal and devoted to the Confederacy. Men and boys are going into camp at Bonham, and every preparation is being made to repel the invasion expected next week. A meeting of Governors to devise means of concerted action was held at Marshall, Texas, on the 17th ult. Governors Moore, of Louisiana, Lubbock, of Texas, Flanagan, of Arkansas, and Reynolds, of Missouri, were present.--The result of their deliberations is unknown.
From Mississippi. Jackson, Sept. 8. --Nothing from the front has been heard for the last two days. The lines are closed and no more persons are allowed to go into Vicksburg. Extensive preparations are being made by the Yankees to send an expedition against Magruder and Taylor in Louisiana.