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accompany the gunboat, which will aid the loyal people of those States to raise Union forces within their borders. A. H. Foote, Flag Officer, Commanding. Proclamation of Com. Foote. Cairo, Feb. 24. --Every thing is quiet at Fort Donelson. The rebels, before evacuating Clarksville, fired the railroad bridge crossing the Cumberland at that point. Commodore Foote has issued the following proclamation to the inhabitants of Clarksville: At the suggestion of Hon. Cave Johnson, Judge Wisdom, and the Mayor of the city, who called upon me yesterday, after hoisting the Union flag on the forte to ascertain my views and intentions towards citizens and private property, I hereby announce to all peaceably disposed persons that neither in their persons nor property shall they suffer molestation by me or by the naval forces under my command, and they may safely resume their business avocations with assurances of my protection. At the same time I require that all