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From the Southwest.

Mobile, Dec. 1.
--A special dispatch dated Okolona, November 30, says there is no enemy at Danville or Elenzi. The latter place is occupied by our partisan rangers, under Capt. Harrison. The force at Corinth is much smaller than heretofore. Citizens beyond Corinth say that 12,000 or 15,000 Federal went on the Humboldt and Ohio railroad to the State line, and thence by the Edgefield and Kentucky railroad to Nashville.

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