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is city, Superintendent of the division of the telegraph line between Lynchburg and Chattanooga, has been released by Gen. Burnside and sent through the lines by flag of truce. He has since arrived in Richmond. In the city of Knoxville he represenga subject. It was ten days after the battle had occurred before it was allowed to be talked of in the streets. Gen. Burnside was very kind to the citizens generally, as were his officers. General Hartsuff was in command in the city, spoke ofd "thief," marched up and down the street, followed, by a file of soldiers and a band of music. One of the regiments in Burnside's army corps (9th) had inscribed on its flag "Bull Run," which amused the people considerably. Mr. Crowley was on paroley get, and a number of Morgan's disbanded men or stragglers in their turn bushwhack the Unionists. Neither party shows much mercy. The Yankee Generals with Burnside seemed very confident that the "rebellion would be crushed" in a few months.