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From Tennessee. Knoxville March 28 --The report of the capture of the Federal Gene all Carter's brigade by Humphrey Marshall is not confirmed. The Register has received the following dispatch: "Wartrace, March 27.--There is daily skirmishing on the Shelbyville pike. The enemy's videttes are four and a half rises from Murfreesboro', and their pickets are at Stone's river. It is believed that the enemy is moving a heavy force on our left flank, in the direction of Columbia. The object is doubtless to form a connection with Grant, and thus cause the Confederates to fall back to Bridgeport. The enemy are devastating the country, burning fences, killing stock, forcing off negroes and stealing generally. A train ran off the track between this point and Shelbyville. No lives lost."