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s stationed at the tunnel, nine miles below Decherd, the expedition returned to camp.--Cincinnati Gazette. This day a party of rebel cavalry made a dash at the pickets of Gen. Wallace's division, in the neighborhood of Adamsville, Tenn. Lieut. Murray, of the Fifth Ohio cavalry, made a suitable disposition of the forces at his command, but the enemy outnumbered him three to one, and his pickets were compelled to fall back. Three of his men fell into the enemy's hands--Sergeant E. F. Cook, privates Wm. Ledwell and John Pilley, all of Co. I, Fifth Ohio cavalry. With regard to the fate of these men, the official report says: When Sergt. Cook was last seen, he was riding among the rebels, fighting them hand t hand. It is not known if he was wounded befor being taken prisoner. Ledwell is supposed to be badly wounded or killed, as his saddle was covered with blood. Pilley is a prisoner, and supposed to be unharmed. Ship Point, Va., was captured by the forces of Gen. McClellan.