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jor-General Cheatham; Second Division, Brigadier-General B. Anderson; Third Division, Brigadier General George Many. This is the rebel army as it now stands, and which is composed of about fifty thousand men; but, if reports be true, there is to be another and a third corps added, of which Major-General Kirby Smith is to be the commander, and which is to be composed of the several divisions of the following named officers, namely: Generals Heath, Leadbeater, Rains, Reynolds, Churchill, Claiborne, and Maxey. What adds much to the probability of this report is the fact that the large number of rebel troops who had been gathered in front of Cincinnati have now left that section, and at last accounts were moving in this direction. The enemy are gathering a large number of troops in the State of Kentucky, many of whom have heretofore been acting as Union home guards. In some instances whole companies have turned themselves, and the United States arms which had been entrusted to them