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road, and drove it across the river. Affairs in East Tennessee. A portion of the Federal forces heretofore confronting our lines in East Tennessee have been sent to aid Sherman. They told the Union men that they were going to Nashville after the election. Colonel Patton, of one of the Federal regiments, has removed his family from Washington county, which is indicative of the fact that they do not expect to hold the county. Captain Reuben Clark, who was captured by the enemy at Morristown, has been sentenced to be executed in twenty days by the authorities at Knoxville. It is pretended that Captain Clark is implicated in the killing of a Union man by the name of Gray, from Grainger county, but which charge we understand to be wholly false.--Should they carry out this order, no doubt the strictest retaliation will be resorted to by the Confederate authorities. General Breckinridge has issued a proclamation grating complete protection to those East Tennessean who may wi