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Additional from Tennessee. The Southern papers furnish very little relative to Gen. Bragg's defeat — not as much as has been published in the telegrams of the Dispatch's correspondent. The Savannah Republican says that a few days before the l
me in for a due share of the glory, but the story is that Hardee saved the army.
Of the condition of affairs in East Tennessee the Confederacy, of Sunday, says:
The investment of Knoxville, on Monday last, the date of our latest reliable burned by the Federal.
This residence Mr. Crisp had recently purchased from Maj. Campbell Wallace, President of the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad.
Another costly residence — that of the late Judge Reese, about one and a quarter miles from Kn Monday last a portion of Wheeler's command had an engagement with the Yankee cavalry under Col. Byrd, near Kingston, East Tennessee.
The result was not known, but it was said that we captured a considerable portion of Byrd's command.