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s a magnificent exhibition of military strategy on both sides. Gloomy State of affairs in East Tennessee. The New York World, of the 7th, says: Our Nashville correspondence represents that affairs are in a sad condition in East Tennessee. --Longstreet has had his own way in that section, and has succeeded in foraging upon the most productive portion of the State, and this, too, while the troops at Knoxville have been compelled to endure the privation of limited rations. General Schofield has taken command, and hopes are entertained that a change for the better will be the immediate result. The late raid on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad--loss over a million dollars. A letter from Cumberland, Md., dated the 8th inst., says: On the 29th ult, a large wagon train was captured between New Creek and Petersburg; but this disaster caused very little excitement in town; but on the 2d inst, this raid culminated. About 2 P. M couriers arrived announcing that the
From East Tennessee. New Market, Feb. 17. --The Knoxville Whig, of the 18th, has been received. It contains little news of interest. It is hoped Schofield will bring order out of the confusion in military affairs in that department. Flour is selling at $30 per barrel, and corn meal at $8 per bushel. There is great destitution, particularly among the poorer classes. Weather quite cold to-day.