Capture of Yankees in East Tennessee.From the following official dispatch, received yesterday, it will be seen that our troops in East Tennessee are not idle. We should not be surprised at any day to hear of the capture of Cumberland Gap. near which the affair referred to took place:
Brig. Gen. Wm. E. Jones captured 256 of the enemy and 13 negroes near Wyman's Mill, five miles east of Cumberland Gap.--They belonged to the 11th Tennessee (Federal) regiment, under the command of Lieut. Col. R. A. Davis, who was taken wounded. Gen. Vaughan co operated, and attacked the enemy in front. Our loss was three killed and three wounded. The enemy had five killed and many wounded.
Lieut. Gen. Commanding.