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pon us, though not so great as at one time feared, is serious. Persons who have visited the salt works since the departure of the enemy think they can be repaired and put in working order by the first of February next. A large quantity of salt, already gotten out, was destroyed, and all the buildings at the place were burnt. Several pieces of artillery were also captured by them, but they got but little else of any kind. A gentleman who passed over the railroad from Bristol to Glade Spring after the enemy advanced, says the bridges between these places are all burnt, but that the track is uninjured. From Hood. We have nothing, as yet, from General Hood himself, and hear from him only through Northern sources. The Yankees had, at one time, figured out to their satisfaction that he had lost half his army and all of his artillery; but we observe that a late number of the New York News, the most truthful of Yankee journals, states that Thomas's loss has been quite eq