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the scene of the action until half an hour after the surrender of the fort. The Memphia and Ohio Railroad bridge, fifteen miles above the fort, has been taken possession of by our troops. Details of the battle. Cincinnati, Feb. 7, 1862. --The Gazette and Commercial's Cairo correspondence, gives the following account of the bombarnment and surrender of Fort Henry: Yesterday, at half-past 12 P. M., the gunboats Cincinnati, St. Louis, Carondelet, and Essex, the Tyler, Conestoga, and Lexington bringing up the rear, advanced boldly against the rebel works, going to the right of panther Creek Island, immediately above, where, on the east shore of the river, stands the fortifications, and keeping out of range till at the head of the island and within a mile of the enemy, passing the island in full view of the rebel guns. We steadily advanced. every man at quarters, every ear strained to catch the flag officer's signal gun for the commencement of the action. Our li