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the supply trains, General Sehoepff will move forward to Monticello, with General Manson's and General Curtin's brigades, an left to die. Mill Spring, Jan. 28. --A visit to Monticello revealed to Gen. Hanson the fact that not less than one nts was shown. A fear existed that Boyls would cross to Monticello and cut off the rear. The crossing of the river was begun at an early hour in the day. Many of the men reached Monticello at dusk, and the main force had passed that point at midnhe point of the convergence of the roads from Rowena and Monticello was passed. Gen. Crittenden and staff were among the fi to the sick or wounded. Aspect of the country. Monticello, lately occupied by the Confederate troops, is describedpassed. The Confederate wounded. On the read to Monticello we saw wounded in every house, with the exception of theg the left lung, and who walked from the battle-field of Monticello.--He says at least 150 men were drowned in crossing the