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en. George H. Thomas had his. The following letter from Gen. Thomas to Gen. Burnside, notifying the latter of the change in the command of the Army of the Cumbe that quarter. Among the papers found upon his person was a general pass from Burnside to go in and out of his lines at pleasure, and the following precious documenties, for the purpose of recruiting for the U. S. service. By command of Maj.-Gen. Burnside. R. H. J. Goddard, Capt. and A. D. C., A. A. A. G. Now whatte bull? Another paper found upon Col. Clift is a printed address from Gen. Burnside to the "loyal citizens" of East Tennessee, in which he invites them to formal weeks to replace the bridge across the Tennessee at Decatur. Meanwhile Burnside holds Knoxville with a force of 15,000 men. It is believed that be, too, is enclusive of cavalry, 50,000 men; the left wing at Knoxville and vicinity, under Burnside, 15,000; the right wing, consisting of reinforcements sent from the Potomac, u
Caught. --The notorious Col. Clift, a renegade East Tennessean, has been caught, and is now safety lodged in the barracks at Atlanta, Ga. He was picked up while bearing dispatches from Gen. Thomas to Burnside.