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From Buell's army. --In view of the dispatches published this morning from the West, the following extract from a letter dated Chattanooga, July 24th, about Buell's army, is of interest: Buell's army is now nearly all concentrated near that point. McCook's division is Buell's army is now nearly all concentrated near that point. McCook's division is said to be in the advance, with the brigades of Generals Tom Crittenden and Johnston, the latter said to be a brother of the late Gen. Albert
from Stevenson, and several bridges burned,) and consequently that Buell's supplies were still cut off. Their army was living on half ration , which It would now seem has become a dernier resort, in order for Buell to save himself, if it be true that his supplies and retreat to Nashville be cut off. It was believed that if it were practicable for Buell to reach Nashville with his troops, he would gladly have given up An , and some Kentucky and Ohio regiments.
Another letter states Buell's army at 40,000 men, and says a "dash" would capture the whole com