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No appearance of Federal vessels at Paducah — the Yankee force in Murray — Early movements looked for. Nashville, January 23. --The Fort Henry correspondent of the Nashville Union and American says, that the Confederate steamer Dunbar went down the Tennessee river on Saturday last within twenty-five miles of Paducah, and reports that no Federal gun-boats were seen. Scouts from Fort Henry report the Federal force in Murray, Kentucky, to be between six and ten thousand infantry, two thousand cavalry, and thirteen pieces of artillery. The heavy rains on the 19th and 20th instant rendered the water courses and roads almost impassable, and greatly impeded their movements. The intelligence direct from Green river is, that the Federals intend making early forward movements, and they have commenced the erection of fortifications on the South bank of the river. The heavy freshet in the Green river had washed away Gen. Buell's pontoon bridges, and also damaged the wood