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Brigadier-General C. F. Smith's brigade, consisting of 6,000 men, cavalry, artillery, and infantry, arrived at Crown Point — a point on the Tennessee river — from Paducah, having marched a distance of one hundred and twenty miles over muddy roads, and crossing numerous swollen water coursed. On the 22d ult., the day after the arriter one-half mile short of its mark. General Smith obtained an excellent view of the rebel 'for', camp and garrison, and immediately returned with his brigade to Paducah, having met with the fullest success in the reconnoisance. The occupation of Smithland. General Grant ordered the occupation of Smithland, the location oto his profession of engineering, and became principal assistant engineer of the Panama division of the Isthmus Railroad. For some time past he has resided at Paducah, Ky., and was one of the earliest to take the field from that State in behalf of the rebel cause, having been appointed Colonel. His regiment, as a part of the fir