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We have received copies of New York papers of Saturday, the 24th instant. From Hood's army. The latest intelligence from the "pursuit" of General Hood is from Nashville on the 23d. The telegram says: The latest accounts from the front locate General Thomas's headquarters at Rutherford Hill, yesterday morning, eight miles this side of Columbia. Since that time our forces have crossed Duck river, and have moved to a point south of Columbia. Our cavalry forces crossed at Hunter's ford, below Columbia, and dashed into the town, the enemy meanwhile retiring without firing a shot. We captured about fifty stragglers. The rebel force was, at last accounts, at Pulaski, yesterday morning. They are probably some distance south of that place to day. They are closely followed by our cavalry. No particular damage was done to the town of Columbia by the passage through it of the two armies. At least one third of Hood's army are without arms and equipments, everyt