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their services to assist in nursing the sick at the military hospital in that place, and are rendering valuable aid in that way. The Nashville Gazette states that the powder mills of Mr. Whiteman, in Coffee county, is now turning out 2,000 pounds of powder per day. It is said to be of the best quality for military purposes. The Lincolnites are in strong force in the adjoining Kentucky counties, whence, in considerable numbers, they make frequent raids into Campbell, Scott and Claiborne counties, Tenn., stealing negroes and horses, and sometimes capturing citizens. The Knoxville Register says these nests will soon be broken up. Order from Gen. Huger concerning Letters sent to Yankee land. For the information of the public, we inert the following order: Headq's Department of Norfolk, Norfolk, Va., Dec. 26, 1861. Hereafter no letter exceeding one page of or tinary-sized letter paper will be sent to the United States by flag of truce. Benj. Huger, Jr.,