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Later from the North. The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 22d, contains some later Northern news: From Nashville — the rebels in force around the city. Nashville, July 21. --Our pickets were captured on the Lebanon road this evening, five miles from here, by the guerrillas. One of them escaped. Three bridges were burned to-day within eight miles of here, on the Chattanooga road. The enemy is in force, under Forrest, only five miles from the city. Our troops are out, and there is great excitement in the city. From Louisville. Louisville, July 21. --Between Crab Orchard and London, John Morgan destroyed several wagons of a Federal train destined for Gen. Morgan's command at Pound Gap. The rebel Jackson near Gordonsville. Warrenton, July 21. --It is reported in Secession circles this morning that Jackson is at or near Gordonsville. They seem to have received direct intelligence to that effect. Important Dispatch from Gen. Pope.