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--We have taken Fort Henry. It was surrendered to Commodore Foote yesterday at two o'clock in the afternoon, after a mos, (for the time being the flag-ship, having on board Flag-Officer Foote,) and the next the Essex. We advanced in line, magined. After the surrender, which was made to Flag-Officer Foote by General Llyod Tilghman, who defended his fort in e most damaging blows of the war. In surrendering to Flag-Officer Foote, the rebel General remarked, "I am glad to surrender to so gallant an officer." Flag-Officer Foote replied, "You do pefectly right, sir, in surrendering; but you should have bling the Flag-Officer's pennant, was the chief mark. Flag-Officer Foote and Captain Stembel crowded her defiantly into the t the soil of Tennessee. It will never be removed. Commodore Foote's report. U. S. Flagship Cincinnati off Fort Henry, illips and three gun-boats after the rebel gun-boats. A. H. Foote Flag Officer. Movements of Gen. Smith's brigade.