--The special correspondent of the Mobile Register
writing from Tullahoma
, May 25th, says:
The situation in Middle Tennessee
, with his large and well disciplined army continues to hold his lines from McMinnville
, on the right, to Columbia
, on the left, and even our cavalry is so listless and quiet that the clank of a sabre is seldom heard.
The enemy makes no demonstrations, nor do we, and it is astonishing what few movements are made, and how title excitement is created where two such large bodies of embittered enemies confront each other.--A day's march upon either side would bring these armies together the strongly fortified position of either opponent.
All interest seems turned to and wrapped in the remarkable campaign which is being carried on in Mississippi
, and upon its results depend the movements of the armies in Middle Tennessee