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of its movements after leaving Gadsden; but there is no doubt of its having reached the new base of supplies provided in safety, and that the communications to the rear, from headquarters, are so direct that no further deficiencies in any department need be apprehended.--A railroad communication that cannot easily be interrupted to Tuscumbia is now under control of General Hood; and he is in position to advance into Middle or West Tennessee, as he may decide the most promising of success. Forrest is co-operating successfully in a quarter that will greatly distract the enemy and render any concentration against our main forces almost an impossibility; and then, altogether, we have reason to anticipate gratifying results from what has been, and may be, accomplished. Of the hardships endured by our troops on the march from Gadsden, we have several reports, and all concur in the statement that they were borne with the greatest fortitude and cheerfulness. The rumor of the capt