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rom Lynchburg. the troubles in East Tennessee--repairing the damages to the Telegraph line — Uninterrupted passage over the Holston river — the fight near Bristol, &c. [special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Lynchburg, Nov. 12. For some time past affairs have been remarkably quiet with us, but during the past twessee, and brings later intelligence than we have received. The fight Sunday night was between temporary volunteers, (100,) under Capt. Miller, who went out from Bristol Sunday night. The fight took place at the river, about twelve miles from Bristol.--Two of Miller's party were slightly wounded, himself being one of the injured. Bristol.--Two of Miller's party were slightly wounded, himself being one of the injured. He will reach Richmond this evening. Nine traitors were killed, two wounded, and two taken prisoners. I also have reliable advices from Kentucky. Our forces have fallen back to Pound Gap, and are pursued by a large number (7,000) of Federals. We have a large quantity of baggage, munitions, artillery, &c. Couriers arrived b
st Tennessee, have subsided into the authenticated fact that the only ones successfully fired this side of Knoxville, are the Union Station bridge, ten miles from Bristol, and another at Lick Creek, further on. Some two hundred feet of the bridge first named were destroyed, and it will require but a short time to restore it sufficiticulars of the skirmish near Carter's Station, last Sunday night, to which brief allusion was made yesterday. In consequence of private intelligence received at Bristol of the doings of the Union men in East Tennessee, Capt. Miller picked up a party of 22 young men, accompanied by Mr. J. H. Howard as a volunteer, and started from Bristol by the railroad on Sunday evening at 6 o'clock. They sent lanterns ahead of the train and found the track was up between Wautauga and the Union Station bridge, but the damage was soon required and they passed over safely. Arriving at Carter's Station, they stopped and threw out pickets; and about midnight the little scout