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. Sumue, some years ago. At the, incipiency of the rebellion in Tennessee he offered all his estate and his services to Governor Harris. He was a member of the Military Board, and untiring in his efforts to array the State militia in opposition to the United States Government. Island no ten. --Commodore Footh's Dispatch. Washington, April 9. --The following was received at the Navy Department this morning: Flag-Ship Bentoy, Island No. 10, April 8, via Cairo. Hon. Gideon Welles, Secretary of the Navy I have to inform the Department that since I sent the telegram last night announcing the surrender to me of Island No.10, possession has been taken of both the Island and the works upon the Tennessee shore, by the gunboats and troops under the command of Gen Buford. Seventeen officers and three hundred and sixty-eight privates, besides one hundred of their sick and one hundred men employed on board the transports, are in our hands, unconditionally prisoners