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icketing in the vicinity of Gaines's Cross Roads and Amosville; another encamped around the ford opposite Brandy Station, and a small force reported in Stafford. I can report nothing as to dispositions of our own army. A report prevails that Major-Gen. Hood has been promoted Lieutenant General, and Brig.-Gen. Wilcox to the rank of Major General. It is understood that on account of dissatisfaction among the officers and men of Rodes's celebrated old brigade at the appointment of Col. John T. Morgan, of Alabama, to that command, he has declined to accept. I hear that both Col. C. A. Battle, of the 3d Alabama, and Col. O'Neal, of the 26th Alabama regiments, have been recommended as fit officers for the vacancy created by the promotion of Gen. Rodes on the battle-field of Chancellorsville. Quiet prevails to-day. "The situation" is such, however, that several weeks or a few days only may elapse before the present status is disturbed. Gen. "Extra Billy" Smith, your Governo
Gen. Morgan in Captivity. Knoxville, Aug. 7. --Cincinnati papers, of the 4th inst., have been received here. The draft is to be speedily enforced throughout Kentucky. Gov. Tod and Gen. Mason improved the opportunity of presenting their compliments to Gen. Morgan while the train conveying the latter to Cincinnati was stopping at Columbus. Gov. Tod shook hands with Gen. Morgan. Hov. Tod shook hands with Gen. Morgan. He visits Gen. Burnside to consult about Morgan's surrender. Quarters are in readiness at the Ohio penitentiary for Morgan and his officers captured in Ohio. Gov. Tod shook hands with Gen. Morgan. He visits Gen. Burnside to consult about Morgan's surrender. Quarters are in readiness at the Ohio penitentiary for Morgan and his officers captured in Ohio. Gov. Tod shook hands with Gen. Morgan. He visits Gen. Burnside to consult about Morgan's surrender. Quarters are in readiness at the Ohio penitentiary for Morgan and his officers captured in Ohio.