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ans had a reserve which was not engaged in the battles on Saturday and Sunday. consisting of McPherson's corps from Grant's army, and sixteen thousand under Burnside. The former they stated were resting on the north bank of the Tennessee, and the latter were in the vicinity of Chattanooga We doubt the correctness of these representations, but are glad to know that Gen. Bragg will not be without a large additional strength in the next conflict. Among the prisoners we have soldiers from Meade's army, and they tell us that Sherman's corps is on the march from Huntsville, Ala; that Burnside is coming down from East Tennessee, and that Grant is ascending the Cumberland river. A reconnaissance towards Chattanooga Mr. Rushton, agent of the East Tennessee and Georgia railroad, endeavored to reach Chattanooga with an engine, Wednesday, for the purpose of ascertaining the condition of the track, via Cleveland. The report made of this reconnaissance at Dalton was, that on reachi
From Northern Virginia. --The reports which reach us of the movements of the enemy on the line of the Rapidan are conflicting. One rumor states that the whole force of the Yankees has fallen back, whilst another represents that Meade's army is moving in the direction of Germania and other fords lower down. There has been no considerable skirmish since the engagement of Tuesday last.
Miscellaneous. A Washington telegram, dated the 24th says that Gen. Meade's army is undoubtedly advancing towards Gordonsville, and a battle is daily looked for. General Lee's force is estimated at forty thousand. Lincoln has removed the blockade of the port of Alexandria, Va. Another Russian frigate had arrived at New York. Five more were expected in the course of a few days. The Baltimore Gazette says, whether they come by accident or for some ulterior purpose are questions it cannot satisfactorily answer. Official information has been received at Washington of the detention of the rams at Birkenhead, by order of the British Government. An official paper at St. Petersburg says that the Czar will adhere to his policy in regard to Poland. Gold advanced on Thursday to 140, but the latest quotation was 138ΒΌ