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creating a decided impression in Indiana. The Cincinnati Gazette gives an account of his capture of two steamers at Brandenburg, Ky. The first-steamer, the McCoombs, suspecting no danger, went up to the wharf and was instantly captured by 30 Confedeade, came gracefully rounding the bend of the river. It was soon evident that the Dean intended making no stoppage at Brandenburg, so the McCoombs was headed out just in time to touch her bows, when the rebels, who were still concealed on the McCoo commenced transporting his men to the Indiana side, using the two captured boats for that purpose. The rebels in Brandenburg were very free in their conversations with the inhabitants. One rebel Captain stated, without the least reserve, thats in Indiana may be induced to hold different views of their "outraged and ill used, but misguided Southern brethren." Brandenburg is a little town, situated high up on the crest of a hill. The majority of the inhabitants are said to be strongly Se