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ened fire upon the garrison.
The bombardment continued without results up to 10 o'clock, at which hour the courtier left.
Firing was heard here as late as 2 P. M. by persons who were out on the river, and again on yesterday, (Monday.) The town is full of wild rumors — some of them going so far as to state that the fort has fallen.
I hear, also, from sources supposed to be entirely reliable, that a considerable body of men has been landed by the Federals above Fort Pillow, on the Forked Deer river.
The transports were enabled to ascend the river some distance, owing to the high stage of the water.
The forces there landed will doubtless seek to invest the Fort by land, and will co-operate with the gunboats on the Mississippi.
Fort Pillow, as you have heretofore been informed, is situated just above the mouth of the Harchie river, and is seventy miles above Memphis by water and thirty by land.
The enemy is moving out also from the lower Tennessee, through Paris, across the