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The Causalities at Knoxville. --A correspondent of the Chattanooga Rebel, writing from Knoxville about the attack on that place, says: During the action Mrs. Trezevant, lady of Capt. Trezevant, of New Orleans, who was temporarily enjoining in Knoxville, received a painful wound in the right shoulder, from the fragment of a shell fired by the enemy — A lady, whose two little children were playing about the garden with the listlessness characteristic of their age, ran out immediately tCapt. Trezevant, of New Orleans, who was temporarily enjoining in Knoxville, received a painful wound in the right shoulder, from the fragment of a shell fired by the enemy — A lady, whose two little children were playing about the garden with the listlessness characteristic of their age, ran out immediately to bring them into the house, when a shell from the enemy's battery exploded in the midst of the innocent group and killed all three. She had but just gathered one of them in her arms, and was in the act of reaching over her hand to grasp the other. Capt. McClung, who was killed had both legs torn away by a shell, and only one of the mangled limbs was afterwards found