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Surprise of Confederates. --The Knoxville Register, of the 16th inst., says: At Wallace's Cross Roads, near the Jacksborough road, about 25 miles from these headquarters, four companies of Col. McLin's cavalry regiment, were attacked by a large force of Federal infantry and routed, leaving their camp equipage and provisions in the hands of the enemy. We evidently lost some in killed and wounded, but how many we cannot ascertain from the incoherent accounts of the couriers who have aarge force of Federal infantry and routed, leaving their camp equipage and provisions in the hands of the enemy. We evidently lost some in killed and wounded, but how many we cannot ascertain from the incoherent accounts of the couriers who have arrived here. This cavalry of Col. McLin's is an unfortunate organization. It was originally (or part of it) Lt. Col. White's battalion, who were surprised at Jacksborough some months ago, and the commander taken prisoner, but subsequently paroled.