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This would be the closing rebellion, and Lee would be even a worse position than was Cornwallis at Yorktown. One contretemps, however, might occur, which these supposed movements could not prevent. If Hood should break through into East Tennessee, there would be a new link of communication Bound between the eastern and western sections of the Confederacy. Lee could be reinforced from the West, or he could retreat to the mountains, and transfer the war to Tennessee and Kentucky. We must hope that General Thomas will put a stop to any such concentration, and that that important mountain region will still be held by our forces. Miscellaneous. A heavy snow storm prevailed on Saturday from Baltimore to Portland, Maine. On Friday, in the "Virginia Legislature," in session at Alexandria, Joseph Segar, of Elizabeth City county, was declared elected United States Senator, in place of Hon. L. J. Bowden, deceased. Gold closed in New York on Saturday night at 234.