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eresting account of General Breckinridge's recent victory near Morristown. General Vaughn moved around to the rear of the enemy and General Basil Duke was to attack ridge was gained on the morning of the 12th with but little resistance, and General Vaughn was promptly in their rear. The point at which the ascent of the ridge wasr, bringing our wounded and stragglers off the field with us. The attack of General Vaughn in the rear, and of Colonel Crittenden in the front, were only intended as P. M., our whole force moved to the flank and rear of the enemy, through — gap, Vaughn and Duke, with their cavalry, in the front. "So confident were the enemy ttheir column at Russellville about 12 o'clock at night, cut it in two, and then Vaughn had a chase that has been rarely equaled on this continent. Information was obning until about three miles west of this place, a charge was made upon them by Vaughn, which resulted in their complete route — abandoning their entire wagon train a