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From East Tennessee. Our forces in East Tennessee have settled down in winter quarters at Morristown. Our cavalry is daily skirmishing with the enemy, who is now back at Knoxville. Maj. Gen. McLaws has been ordered to report at Richmond. The order is based on disagreement between the Commander-in- Chief and himself, and does not in any way impugn his courage or capacity. A letter to the Atlanta Register, giving an account of the recent fighting between Longstreet and the enemy, says: Longstreet's advance, consisting of Major-Gen. Martin's cavalry, met the enemy near Mooresburg. After a spirited engagement the enemy gave back in the direction of Bean's Station. Near that place they made a desperate stand, in some force, consisting of mounted infantry and artillery, and some cavalry. Brig.-Gen. Gracie was then ordered forward with his brigade of infantry to rout the enemy. This was done in magnificent style. The enemy gave way in confusion in the direction of Ru