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Nashville again evacuated.

Chattanooga, Sept. 12.
--The enemy have again evacuated Nashville, this time going down the Cumberland river. The occupation of Clarksville and Fort Donelson was for the purpose of securing this route of retreat.

The tone and appearance of the Louisville papers indicate the apprehension of the speedy occupation of that place by the Confederates.

A train on the Nashville road started for Tullahoma, eighty miles from here, to-day.

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