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rector, and commanders of brigades and divisions, to follow. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant. U. S. Grant, Brig. General. The capture of Clarksville. The New York Herald has the subjoined account of the capture of Clarksville, Tenn.; but in reading it every one must make due allowance for the source whence it comes: On the appearance of the gunboats the citizens, being alarmed last the village should be bombarded, at least two-thirds of them fled from the spot. Commodore Foote, however, had an interview with the Mayor and the Hon. Cave Johnson, and expressed his views and intentions of not injuring the property of persons of any who would at once return to their allegiance; and, at the request of those gentlemen, issued a proclamation, assuring all peaceably disposed persons that they may safely resume their business avocations, providing that they gave up all military stores and equipments in their possession or under their charge. The au-