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get possession of all the lines of railroad connecting Richmond with the cotton States, has long been apparent; and as a part of this programme, a vigorous effort is in progress to advance upon Knoxville. The danger calls for prompt and energetic action on the part of the Government. The following is the latest dispatch in the Memphis papers concerning the great battle in Arkansas: Clarksville, March 12--A gentleman just arrived, who left Van Buren yesterday morning, reports that Gens, Van-Dorn and Price, with their armies, are safe at Boston Mountain. The baggage train arrived at the mountains safely on Monday evening. Gen. Gordon, of Mo., brought up the rear with 6,000 troops and one battery of artillery. He had hard fighting with the enemy a short distance north of Fayetteville. From the coast. The Savannah papers, of the 18th, contain no additional news from the Florida coasts though they have some details of the landing of 3,000 of the enemy at Jacksonvill