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ance of it. Stoneman's raid — a List of Munchausens. Stoneman has arrived at Nashville, and gives a regular Munchausen account of his raid into Southwestern Virginia. The following is the story: The forces consisted of General Burbridge's troops and General Gillem's East Tennessee troops, all under command of Major-General Stoneman. They left Knoxville on the 18th. The movement was unknown to the rebels, who were not discovered until after three days. At Kingsport, General Jones's command was attacked, consisting of about five hundred of Morgan's old command. The forces were killed scattered, or captured. Next, the rebel forces of Vaughn were discovered at Papertown, near Bristol, trying to effect a junction with Breckinridge, at Saltville. Our forces pursued him to Marion, where an engagement occurred, resulting in a loss to the rebels of all their force and artillery, except about two hundred men, who retreated towards Lynchburg, Virginia. Breckinridge