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g Republican has intelligence from reliable source that five thousand Federal troops had crossed the Cumberland mountains at Wheeler's Gap, and were, at the latest dates, advancing on Knoxville. General Smith had succeeded in getting in the rear of the enemy with four thousand men, and we also had five or six thousand at Cumberland Gap. It was confidently believed by our informant that the whole Federal force would be killed or captured. Opinion of a leading Liverpool paper. [From Wilmer & Smith's Times, March, 1.] The anniversary of Washington's birthday draw together a large assemblage of the leading Americans in London at a public breakfast, and the opportunity was not lost of making most of the occasion. It has been the good fortune of the great Western. The public to have been long represented at the British, by man of distinguished annuity, but we question whether the United States over had an abler diplomatic or a more skillful speaker than Mr. Adams, and his