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We have received a copy of the Washington Chronicle of Sunday, the 1st instant. The Latest from General Hood's army. A dispatch from Cincinnati, dated the 31st, says that a telegram from Columbia, Tennessee, says "it is thought" that the larger part of General Hood's army is still north of the Tennessee river. It adds: Hood first attempted to strike the river at Decatur, but General Granger occupied the place in advance, and headed him off. At the same time the gunboats came up the river, and compelled him to abandon the point, near Florence, where he had pontoons. Owing to the bad condition of the roads, the movement could not be rapid. The Recent advance on Gordonsville — its Repulse. A correspondent, writing from Sheridan's army, says the First and Second divisions of cavalry, under Torbert, returned to camp from their Gordonsville expedition on the 30th. Their march towards Gordonsville, up to Thursday, was without serious impediment. The let
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