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ille. Nashville, Tennessee, October 2. --Forrest, with his whole force, appeared before Huntsville this morning and demanded its surrender. The commanding officer, Colonel G. M. L. Johnson, of the Twelfth Indiana cavalry, refused to comply. There has probably been heavy fighting there to-day, but no fears are entertained of its capture. The total Union loss in General Rousseau's expedition, in killed and wounded, is ninety-eight. Large numbers of rebels are reported at Spring Hill, twelve miles beyond Franklin. The lines are cut at that place. The Mississippi squadron. Cairo, October 1. --The Memphis papers of the 30th ultimo contain nothing important. The Irwin prison is almost depopulated; many of the prisoners having been transferred to the civil jurisdiction. Admiral Porter has been transferred from the Mississippi squadron. His farewell address was received here to-day. It is not known where his future field of labor will be, but he h