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The War in the West. Affairs at Fort Pillow--news from Nashville — the mutiny at Clarksville — operations of the enemy in North Alabama--Island no.10, &c., &c. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Memphis, Tenn., Sunday, A. M. April 27, 1862. Our latest news from Fort Pillow is by an arrival last night.y are in their proper places. The opinion is gaining ground daily that the enemy will not attempt to run by Fort Pillow, as they did past our batteries on Island No.10, until an attack has proved successful in the rear. This is likely to be prevented.--The experience with our heavy guns during the long bombardment of twenty-. The mail agent escaped by leaping from the opposite side of the car and mingling with the passengers. The report of Gen. Pope concerning the capture of Island No.10 has been published in Northern papers with the usual brazen blast of trumpets. He clams to have taken over one hundred guns, a large amount of ammunition of a