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n being so informed, both regiments laid down their arms and refused to fight, when Beauregard detailed four regiments to guard them as prisoners. It was not known that Gen Habeck was in command here, but it was the general impression that Gen Buell was at the head, and that our army was retreating of Nashville. Col. J. C. Kelton, A. A. G., arrived here to-day, relieving Captain McAllen who, was obliged to go to Cincinnati on account of the health. Louisville, April 29.--One hundred and seven prisoners, captured by Gen. Mitchell, at Huntsville, arrived here to-night, en route for Camp Chase. Cairo, April 29.--The steamer Bacon, which left Pittsburg last evening, has arrived here. Generals Halleck, Buell and Grant have moved their headquarters near the front of our lines personally superintending all the details attending the advance of the whole force, observer which were hourly expected. General Pope's division advanced four miles on Sunday, and is now