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deserters came in. The latter report Hood as being about to make a movement of some sort. General Cooper's brigade, on the march from Johnsonville to Clarksville, were terribly harassed by guerrillas. Sixteen men of the One Hundred and Thirtieth Indiana were captured, and thirteen killed and wounded. Hostilities may be said to have ceased on account of the weather. Deserters who have come in say the rebels have strong entrenchments, with wires stretched around them. Colonel Lewis Johnson, instead of Colonel G. M. S. Johnson, commanding Forty-fourth colored infantry, has received from the general commanding the highest praise for the manner in which he fought his troops at Mill Creek Station No. 2, having gallantly kept the enemy at bay for sixteen hours, and finally fought his way out, and reached Nashville with a loss of one hundred and fifteen, killed and wounded. No report from the gunboat which went down the river yesterday morning has reached here. The