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From Western Kentucky. Memphis, via Mobile, April 1 --News from Humboldt confirms the report that Col. Ed. Picketh's Tennessee Cavalry Regiment was surprised, Sunday, at Union City, 28 miles South of Columbus, by the Federal. One hundred of them were taken prisoners, together with three hundred horses and all the camp equipage.
Skirmish near Savannah. Augusta, Ga. April 1 --A dispatch to the Augusta papers from Savannah, to-day, says that three companies of Georgians yesterday attacked the enemy at Wilmington Island, below that city, killed one, wounded three, and took fifteen prisoners, also captured a barge and six-pounder. One Confederates was wounded. it is feared, mortally.
From Hampton Roads. Norfolk, April 1 --The Monitor is still anchored inside of Hampton Bar, awaiting the approach of her adversary. A number of Federal vessels left the Roads yesterday, after landing troops at Fortress Monroe.