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uthwestern Virginia. We have, through private letters and other trustworthy sources, positive intelligence relative to Thomas's movements and force in East Tennessee.--There is little doubt that he is preparing a grand "On-to-Richmond" movement through Southwestern Virginia. His column, which is already in motion, consists of not less than twenty thousand men,--the latest advices state, seventeen thousand infantry and five thousand cavalry,--the greater part of which are at Bull's gap, ten miles east of Morristown and eighteen miles below Greenville. He is advancing leisurely towards Bristol, rebuilding, as he advances, the East Tennessee railroad.--His objective point is believed to be Lynchburg. A report reached here yesterday, by telegraph, that Gillem, at the head of the Fourth Yankee army corps, was moving down upon Bristol, and that Stoneman, with a heavy cavalry force, had started from Knoxville on a raid into North Carolina, with Salisbury as his objective point.