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scertained to consist of Gillem's, Stoneman's and Burbridge's forces, concentrated at Bean's station, advanced eastward.--Vaughn was at Greenville and Duke's brigade at Rogersville. The movement was rapid, and Duke, being in their route, was forced back to Kingsport, when, on the 13th, he was attacked, and suffered a repulse. The enemy thus got ahead of Vaughn, and, on the morning of the 14th, entered Bristol. The account says: "On the night of the 14th he entered Abingdon, Duke fallingnty-six miles west of Wytheville, and detached a force which was sent southeast, towards the lead mines. Meanwhile, General Vaughn, leaving Bristol to his left, arrived in front of Marion, and, supposing the main column had gone to the lead mines, ot, ordnance and medical buildings, retired as he came, first sending a detachment of two hundred to the lead mines. General Vaughn was at this important point, but believing exaggerated reports of the enemy's strength, retreated on his approach. T