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Interesting from Tennessee.Capture of Yankees and stores. Chattanooga, March 4. --Gen. Van-Dorn attacked the enemy at Franklin, 19 miles south of Nashville, on Sunday, with cavalry and light artillery, capturing three thousand Yankees, with stores and equipments. The enemy captured several foraging wagons belonging to Wheeler's brigade near Wartrace, on the 1st. The Yankees continue to commit depredations around Murfreesboro. A citizen of Rutherford was taken out and whipped by-order of the Federal officers. [Second Dispatch Chattanooga, March 4.--Confirmatory reports are received of Van-Dora's raid in Franklin. He is now in possession of that place. Thirty-nine wagons, with stores, were captured. The Federal loss is 1,000 killed and wounded. Our loss heavy. The number of prisoners taken is 2 600.
Additional from the North. [from our own Reporter.] Fredericksburg, March 4. --I send you some additional extracts from Northern dates of the 2d inst, and 25th and 27th ult. Col. Daniel D. Tompkins, Assistant Quarter-master-General of the U. S. army, died at his residence, in Brooklyn, on Thursday, in his 64th years. He was the nephew of D. D. Temphins, formerly Governor of New York and Vice-President of the United States. Col. Cowan, on the 22d ult., with the 10th and 34th Missouri regiments, surprised and routed a rebel force under Gen. Friday at Tuscumbia, Ala. Two hundred prisoners, a number of cannon, and wagon train were captured. The late scare in Kentucky was quite unwarranted by facts. In the fight near Richmond, on Wednesday, the Federal took 100 prisoners and recaptured all the wagons. The Rhode Island reached Key West on the 16th, after a cruise around Cuba, in the course of which who had a long chase after the Alabama, but did not catch her
From Fort McAllister Savannah, March 4. --The enemy shelled Fort McAllister all last night till near day. This morning a dispatch from the fort, dated 8 A. M., says the enemy have not renewed the attack this morning. Their vessels are still in the river. The fort is in good condition. The columbiad is remounted. No further casualties at the fort.