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eneral Hanson estimates the Yankee loss at a thousand to twelve hundred. It is probably greater. Our forces were commanded on the field by General A. E. Jackson, who displayed great skill and gallantry in his conduct of the battle. Generals Breckinridge and Echols were also on the field after the fight had progressed for some time. The enemy advanced through Thompson's gap, and retreated by the same route. From east Tennessee. Official dispatches have been received from GeneGeneral Breckinridge stating that a portion of the enemy's cavalry, after slight resistance, has been driven back from Kingsport towards Rogersville, and that there is no enemy this side of Jonesboro'. From Forrest. Forrest, as usual, is doing well. On last Monday he appeared before Dalton, Georgia, and demanded its surrender. Northern papers report him across the Tennessee river. Brigadier-General Adam R. Johnson. This gallant officer, who established the new department in Kentu