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to within a few miles of Harper's Ferry. We may add here that, for several days past, Sheridan has been expecting an attack, as movements on the part of Early were supposed to indicate such an intention. The raid in Sherman's rear. The Cincinnati Commercial's Nashville dispatch states that the first train from the front, since Wheeler's raid reached Chattanooga, on the 18th. Heavy trains left there at once for the front, the last one of which is reported to have been captured near Kingston by a small force detached from Wheeler's command. Since the occupation of Cleveland, Wheeler's movements have been mysterious, probably occasioned by his endeavors to avoid Kilpatrick, who, with a strong force, is in pursuit of him. Wheeler's force consists of three divisions and one brigade, with ten pieces of artillery, in all, about five thousand men. The Nashville Times of the 22d contains a report that Wheeler's rebel force had crossed the river at Chattanooga, though there is a r