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vessel was sent on shore. The Herald correspondent accompanied the reconnoitering party. They visited nearly all the batteries in that vicinity, including one on a high hill, about half a mile back of Evansport, where they found the gun that Capt Eastman had attempted unsuccessfully to burst. It is a thirty two pounder. One of the trunnions was broken off, the carriage burnt, and the gun overthrown. This battery, aided by field pieces, was intended to cover the retreat of the rebels throughings, which were entirely consumed. General Hooker has been awarded the credit of removing the guns from the rebel batteries, as well as for having effected the first landing at these strongholds. The guns were removed by Lieut. Commanding Eastman, of the Yankee, on whom, as a seaman, the task properly devolved. The Stampede at Union city, Tenn. The Memphis Appeal has the following statement from Sergeant Moore, of the 21st Regiment Tennessee Volunteers. On sunday afternoon,