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Alexandria road. They have now left that section of country altogether. Forrest's operations — destruction of Yankee gunboats and transports and Immense supplmber 8, 1864. "General S. Cooper, "Adjutant and Inspector-General: "General Forrest reports on the 5th instant that he was then engaged fighting the enemy at roaching, which he hoped to capture or destroy. G. T. Beauregard. Forrest is a trump. Seventy-five thousand tons of quartermaster and commissary stores ! This would almost fill the Capitol Square. General Forrest is the first of our generals who has been obliged to compute by the ton the enemy's stores which he has depot of supplies for Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Atlanta. General Forrest attacked the place from above and below at the same time. Having planted , as we have said, the enemy's fire was very heavy, it was not efficient. General Forrest's entire loss in this affair was only ten men wounded. At last accounts h