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are to be regarded as traitors. "Thus bad begins, and worse remains behind." Cumberland Gap. The Yankee newspapers have reported that the Federal forces have taken possession of Cumberland Gap; but the Knoxville Register has information through a courier that everything was quiet at that place. The recent demonstration by the Federalists, who have six regiments at Cumberland Ford, was merely a feint, it is supposed, to direct attention from the movements of General Shoepf, who is making preparations to advance through Big Creek Gap. General Thomas's command has gone to Bowling Green. Fayetteville. Fayetteville, Arkansas, recently burned by Gen. McCulloch, is situated in the northwest corner of the State of Arkansas, west of Boston mountain, about thirty miles from the Missouri line, on the St. Louis and California road. It is over two hundred miles from Little Sock. Fayetteville had a population of about twelve hundred, and most of its citizens are in the army.