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advance at any moment, I accept the commission now tendered. I desire, however, at the same time, respectfully to state that I shall ask leave to resign it as soon as so nothing decisive shall take place, or we shall go into winter quarters. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, M. L. Bonnam, Brig. Gen., 1st Brigade, 1st Corps. Army of the Potomac. General Crittenden's position. The Knoxville Register, says that General Crittenden now has his headquarters at Gainesboro', on the Cumberland river From a member of Gen. Carroll's brigade, who left there on Tuesday night last, we learn that the force there is perfectly organized, the camp in good order, and in the receipt of ample supplies. The enemy have not crossed the river at Mill Springs, with the exception of small parties of skirmishers. They seem to be deterred by a well founded dread of a flank movement by our forces. Southern arms. The Fayetteville (N. C.) Armory is turning out some highl