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From Tennessee.

Chattanooga, April 6.
--Gen. Morgan was attacked by the Federal, at Liberty, on Friday, and was driven back to Snow's Hill, where he held his position, and the enemy retreated.

Our troops, under Col. Smith, were repulsed at Woodbury, on Saturday, and fell back to within 12 miles of McMinnville, Loss, one killed and eight prisoners.


[second Dispatch.]

Chattanooga, April 6.
--The enemy advanced on Woodbury and McMinnvills, and were outflanked by our forces and retired. A column of Federal 15,000 strong is advancing on Columbia. A battle considered imminent before the week closes.

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