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uch for it, that if Colonel Mosby knew that all who were dear to him were on a train, he would not, on that account, hesitate to attack it, provided he were assured that the good of his country demanded the sacrifice. From Tennessee. General Vaughn is still at work in Tennessee, and steadily advancing his lines. There are no Yankees on this side of Strawberry Plains. Gillan, the Federal commander, sent out a party of twenty to watch the movements of Colonel Palmer, commanding General commanding General Vaughn's advance guard, when he surprised them and captured the whole squad. From General Hood's Army. There is very little room to doubt that, by this time, General Hood's army is in Tennessee. The latest Northern accounts report it at Gunter's landing, on the Tennessee river, about to cross. It left Gadaden, Alabama, on Saturday, the 22d, and started on the road for the plant, thirty miles distant, at which the Yankees announce its arrival. On Friday, the Cooss river was crossed.