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Andy Johnson and his son--Ex-Governor Brown Chattanooga, May 11. --All quiet in front. No prospects of a battle. Andrew Johnson has been commissioned as Major-General in the Yankee army, with authority to organize a force of 5,000 Tennesseeans and ten thousand niggers. When one regiment of the latter has been organized, Williamson's cavalry will be disbanded. Bob Johnson, son of Andy, has been promoted to Brigadier. Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown, of Tenn., has come through the lines from Nashville, and is now at Pulaski. The Daily Press, of the 9th, contains a telegram relative to the late battles in Virginia. The loss of the Federals in Sedgwick's command alone, it says, was 5,000 men. In an editorial, the Press remarks that Hooker, having changed his base, tells the story that he was defeated. "Our first reports were base fabrications. " "The picture is frightful. It adds to the chronology of our sanguinary defeats in the East." The Press reports the "rebel" lo