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s of the Confederacy. The aspect at this movement is not very favorable, but we trust to the foresight of Johnston and Bragg to meet the exigencies of the central campaign. In the meantime the greater portion of Vanhorn's cavalry have crossed Duck river, and in a few days the whole body will be over, striking at Siegel from every direction. It is possible for them to impede his roads, destroy his trains, cut off his detachments, and afford such annoyance and harass him so severely, that his j foe at close quarters. For what purpose this is intended I cannot conjecture unless it be that they contemplate throwing an additional bridge across the Cumberland at Nashville. It is possible, too, that it is intended for the passage of Duck river at this point. If the latter surmise prove correct, it is evidently the enemy's intention to throw this force upon our left flank at Shelbyville, where Gen. Folk is believed to command. It this prove to be the programme, he must now be waitin