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's Valley, through Dade county, Ga., in considerable force to flank Bragg's army on the left, by way of Rome, and the cavalry reached Alpine, in Chattanooga county, Ga., on the Alabama line, twenty-eight miles northwest of Rome. On the 9th of September they had a skirmish with Col. Avery, commanding the 3d and 4th Georgia cavalry, who fell back after a hard fight. The movement was anticipated. In the meantime, most of Burnside's forces are understood to have joined Rosecrans, and pressed in considerable force on towards Bragg through the gaps of the mountains in Walker and Chattanooga counties, Ga. Small parties of the enemy's cavalry have visited Tunnell Hill, Catoosa, and Dalton, on the State road. It is reported that Gen. Forrest was wounded in a skirmish near Dalton yesterday. It is believed the main body of Rosecrans's army has fallen back to Chattanooga.--He has refused, and it is believed will still refuse, to give Bragg battle, but will aim at wintering in Chattanooga.
From Tennessee. The intelligence from Tennessee is very misty. The commanding General there has very properly embargoed all intelligence relative to the military movements going on in that State. On the 3d inst., Gen. Forrest gave the enemy a severe drubbing at Kingston, killing and wounding a large number of them. Kingston is a small county town, located upon the banks of the Tennessee and Clinch rivers, eighteen miles below Loudon. Gen. Forrest commenced crossing his command by ferryGen. Forrest commenced crossing his command by ferry boats over the Tennessee river. While crossing over with the last detachment, the ferry boat sunk, drowning ten men. The remainder swam ashore. The following from the Marietta Confederate will show how the enemy is prosecuting hostilities in Tennessee: The Yankees occupied Winchester on the 3d of July, celebrated the 4th, and issued a number of the Winchester Daily Bulletin on that day, taunting the editor and proprietor, Mr. Slatter, with supplying his place in his absence. Gen. McCook