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t-Licking River, in the vicinity of that city. At night the rebels began to throw up breastworks in front of Fort Wallace. The Union forces in Cincinnati were being largely reenforced from all parts of the State, and also from Gen. Grant's army, several regiments of which having arrived there to day. Considerable excitement existed in the city, although it was considered perfectly safe. Bloomfield, Mo., was captured by a large body of rebel guerrillas, after a fight of two hours. The town was defended by fifteen hundred State militia, who, being outnumbered, retired.--The Twentieth regiment of Connecticut, commanded by Col. Samuel Ross, left New Haven for Washington. The Union army under Gen. Buell was on the march to the support of Nashville, Tenn., which was menaced by the rebel army under General Bragg, and eight thousand men from the army of General Rosecrans, under command of General Jefferson C. Davis, arrived there to-day for the purpose of reenforcing General Buell.