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--The Tullahoma correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser says that "Rosy has humbugged folks. Grant's army is not with him, and he is not strongly reinforced. But the biter was also bit; for our little cavalry raids which went after cattle induced the belief that Longstreet was invading Kentucky, and Rosy detached many regiments to go after him. So that swindling is a game that two can play at. Rosy can, it is believed, assemble 30,000 men at Murfreesboro'. It is a secret whether we can equal his force or not. I will tell you, however, what I believe about results. We are safe, and will hold our present position at least — probably gain a few miles of territory from him. This is all I expect at present. Our army is in the best possible condition — well fed, healthy, confident, and enthusiastic."

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