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hout interest. The original, which I have seen, was found upon the person of Col. Clift, the chief of the tory bushwhackers in East Tennessee, who was captured by soen. Grant will be here in a few days. Cannot you come down to meet him? Col. Clift will explain to you my situation and prospects, and thanking you for sending aj.-Gen. Burnsides, commanding Department Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Col. Clift, the bearer of this letter or dispatch, is an old man, very shrewd and self- Headq'rs in the Field,Oct. 3d, 1863. Special Orders, No. --. Col. Clift is hereby authorized to proceed to Rhea, Hamilton, and the adjoining countiesw what will the virtuous Burnside say If Gen. Bragg should hang the aforesaid Col. Clift by the neck until he be dead, in retaliation for his execution of Confederateral ox should be gored by the Confederate bull? Another paper found upon Col. Clift is a printed address from Gen. Burnside to the "loyal citizens" of East Tenne
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.