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ervant, H. L. Clay, Assistant Adjutant-General. P. S.--The most direct means of communicating with headquarters will be to send dispatches to be mailed at London, and if they be important the commanding officer at that place can be directed to send them by telegraph. H. L. C., Assistant Adjutant-General. headquarters Depp: General: Information has reached Maj. Gen. E. Kirby Smith that-- The enemy have fallen back from Big Creek Gap and Archer's to Flat Lick, a point between London and Cumberland Ford; that the blockade of the road at the top of Pine Mountain was still effective, and that there was no evidence of its having been disturbed; f however, convalescents. If General Leadbetter telegraphs again for re-enforcements I will send him Hundley's regiment and the six companies detained here and at London. I trust this will meet with your approbation. I am the more induced to take this action in the emergency because General Barton writes that on the 2d instant h