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oga, July 24th, about Buell's army, is of interest: 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 Sidney Johnston. My in formant states the whole force to be about 35,000. He says that the road from Stevenson to Nashville had not yet been repaired, (it having been torn up from the tunnel, twenty miles from Stevenson, and several bridges burned,) and consequently that Buell's supplies were still cut off. Their army was living on half rations, and the greatest insubordination existed among the Yankee troops. It was thought it would take some ten days to reorganize the army, in order to put it in fighting condition to advance on Chattanooga, 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
ister, dated. day, says: Heavy skirmishing commenced Tuesday with a large portion of the enemy, at Tagowell, seven from Cumberland Gap. One brigade of Gen. Stevenson's force was engaged on our side. The design was to gain the enemy's rear and cut them off from the Gap. The artillery firing was very heavy. Several prisonsinated by an unknown person, near his residence, six miles from Keozville. [second Dispatch.] Knoxville, Aug. 7.--A dispatch this morning from Brigadier General Stevenson states that after a gallant action of four hours yesterday, hear Tazewell, the enemy were repulsed with great slaughter, and is in full retreat. A our guns was taken after our men were twice repulsed, with the loss of one hundred and nine men. Gen. Burton has succeeded in gaining the enemy's rear. General Stevenson, being reinforced, flanked Bowen's command, capturing the "Federal Army of East Tennessee." The murderer of Gen. Caswell w. night. [This is Morgan'