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as received information from a young gentleman direct from Paducah, which leaves no doubt in the editors mind that the Federa Confederates have had an important engagement at and near Paducah, probably resulting in the defeat of the former, and the pthe city by Gen. Johnson. The informant passed through Paducah on Wednesday, where he learned that the Federals, upon infe about the Confederates at Milburn, a point 82 miles from Paducah, sent to attack them. The Federals however, that there sent his whole force. reserving about 3,000 to hold Paducah, to attack the Confederates at Milburns One informant passed through Paducah on Wednesday, and slept that night about eight miles from the city. On Thursday, being apprehensive of arthat he heard heavy firing in the direction of Milburn and Paducah all day, and until he reached and crossed Tennessee river,on, from what he could gather, that Gen. Johnston attacked Paducah Thursday morning, while Gen. Cheatham engaged the main bod