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Tennessee. --The Winchester Bulletin, alluding to the order of Rosecrans to send all beyond his lines who refuse to take the oath of allegiance, says: Mr. Wheless is in our town, having succeeded, under cover of night, in escaping to a land of freedom. He was to have been sent North. Dr. Watson and Ex-Governor Neil S. Brown have arrived at Columbia, having refused to take the oath. About seventy-five of the most prominent citizens of Nashville are honored with a place in the penitentiary. Many other citizens are being sent North.
from Maj-Gen. Stoneman, I left Louisa Court-House on the morning of the 3d inst., with one regiment, (the Harris Light Cavalry,) of my brigade; reached Hungary, on the Fredericksburg Railroad, at daylight on the morning of the 4th; destroyed the depot and telegraph wires and railroad for several miles; passed over to Brook Turnpike, drove in the rebel pickets; down the pike, across the brook, charged a battery, and forced it to retire within two miles of the city of Richmond; captured Lieut, Brown, Aid de-Camp to Gen. Winder, and eleven men within the fortifications; passed down to the left of the Meadow bridge, on the Chickahominy, where I ran a train of cars into the river; retired to Hanover Town, on the Peninsulas; crossed and destroyed the ferry-boat just in time to check the advance of a pursuing cavalry force; burned a train of thirty wagons loaded with bacon; captured thirteen prisoners, and encamped for the night five miles from the river. I resumed my march at 1 A. M, of th