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The siege of Knoxville. There is nothing really definite or reliable with reference to the operations of General Longstreet in East Tennessee. It was yesterday stated on the street that information had been received that Gen. McLaw's division had made an assault on the enemy's works, and had been repulsed with severe loss. The time at which the reported assault was made was not given. The latest reliable intelligence received represents the siege as still progressing.
The siege of Knoxville. There is nothing really definite or reliable with reference to the operations of General Longstreet in East Tennessee. It was yesterday stated on the street that information had been received that Gen. McLaw's division had made an assault on the enemy's works, and had been repulsed with severe loss. The time at which the reported assault was made was not given. The latest reliable intelligence received represents the siege as still progressing.
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The siege of Knoxville. There is nothing really definite or reliable with reference to the operations of General Longstreet in East Tennessee. It was yesterday stated on the street that information had been received that Gen. McLaw's division had made an assault on the enemy's works, and had been repulsed with severe loss. The time at which the reported assault was made was not given. The latest reliable intelligence received represents the siege as still progressing.