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East Tennessee. From the article which we republish this morning from the New York Herald it is evident that a serious attempt is about to be made to wrest this portion of the Confederacy from our grasp. It is, meanwhile, a most important possession for us in more respects than one.--It is more productive of the necessaries of life than almost any other district under our command. It commands some of our most important communications, which cannot be abandoned to the enemy without subjec
urnside to attack him, and he will not receive his attack, unless in such a position as to render victory absolutely certain.
Notwithstanding the bluster of the Herald, therefore, we entertain no fears that the Yankees will be able to subdue East Tennessee, assisted though they may be by the traitors who swarm throughout that region.
There is a short and sure way to deal with them, and with that way Gen. Buckner is no doubt well acquainted.
The idea of preventing reinforcements from going to