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ns a special telegram from Nashville, of the 27th, which reports smart skirmishing between the forces of Generals Thomas and Hood, for the past few days, between Pulaski and Columbia, Tennessee; and that the Yankee army has fallen back north of Duck river. Forrest has also crossed the river, and is essaying to strike its flank and rear. Hood's main army is thought to be moving northeastward, towards Shelbyville and Wartrace. A telegram from Louisville, dated the 25th says that rumors prevailed: That Stephen D. Lee has removed his entire corps from Jackson to South Florence, and that Frank Cheatham has crossed the river with his corps, and made headquarters at Waynesboro', a small town situated on or near Greene's creek, a branch of Duck river, and about half way between Columbia, Tennessee, and Florence, Alabama. Forrest is in command of all the cavalry, which is strong and in good trim, and holds undisputed possession of the entire country within a radius of thirty miles of Floren