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The Situation in Middle Tennessee. The Chattanooga Rebel, of the 27th ultimo, says: "There are rumor from the front to the effect that Rosecrans has been massing large reinforcements, just through from Kentucky, in the counties of Sumner and Wilson. If this be true, his intention is to advance, when the roads permit, not directly upon our forces at Shelbyville, but upon Tullahoma by way of Manchester and McMinnville. The troops stationed at Nashville will probably make a faint upon Shelbd strong. The division of Jeff C. Davis, with Johnson's cavalry, stationed in Williamson county, are put down at twelve thousand. The forces at Nashville do not exceed ten thousand. Thus the entire body of troops, composing the Department of Rosecrans reach nearly the figures of one hundred thousand. Of these at least a fourth are unable for duty.--Setting apart twenty thousand more for garrison duty, and the available army to be brought against us will not come for wrong of sixty thousand,
Fast river, and a fortunate escape of over five hundred people, and a fearful collision on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, by which twenty persons and three care were very much injures. Advices from the lower Mississippi, received at Cairo, state that a Union gunboat had passed into Lake Providence, and dispersed the rebels, who were falling trees to obstruct the opening of the pass into the Yasoo river, in the rear of Vicksburg. The health of the Yankee troops was improving. General Rosecrans occupies Franklin, and the rebels are in close proximity. The Cumberland river was rising. Enormous dredge have been sent from Louisville to Vicksburg to in the "out-off" A grand Union meeting has been held in Cincinnati. Eight thousand French soldiers have invaded Sonora, contiguous to the God of California. A rebel privateer has appeared in the Gulf of Bengal. Yankee merchants think their vessels will be able to protect themselves if the pirate is not a steamer.
made themselves ridiculous during the progress of this war. Some would have been ridiculous, no doubt, if the war had not occurred. But the Yankee's little General Rosecrans to the person who has taken advantage to the largest extent of a tendency to the ludicrous naturally very great. Rosecrans is distressed to see the successiRosecrans is distressed to see the succession soldiers dressed up in the spells of the Yankees. If this thing continues, blue will become the universal color. Yankee affairs begin to look blue already. And yet how is it to be prevented? Our troops cannot make the Yankees fight whether they will or not. If it is a common thing with them, having under escort large stores th which we have beaten them! Can there be stronger proof of the superiority of our troops throughout this war! There can be be none, and it is this that makes Rosecrans grit his teeth.--Every suit of blue found within the Confederacy is proof that some disaster has been inflected on some of the Yankees. He wants no such trouble