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Latest from the North. Baltimore papers of Saturday, the 10th inst., have been received. The following is the latest intelligence: From Tennessee — Rosecrans's position. A dispatch from Gen. Rosecrans's headquarters, dated 6th inst., says that no one was injured by the rebel batteries on the previous day, and the men continued their work as usual. A telegram dated Nashville, 8th inst., says rumors prevail that the rebel cavalry have captured and entirely destroyed Shelbyville, Tenn., taking the forces there prisoners. The latest Chattanooga advices say all is quiet, and there is no appearance of an attack. The Nashville correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer says that Burnside, with two corps, holds a position the value of which is hardly known yet. When the enemy is thrown back upon the Virginia and East Tennessee Railroad, he will be ready to finish Gen. Rosecrans's work. Gen. McPherson is advancing from the West by one route, while Gen. Sherman, w