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. It is understood that Gen. Smith has taken the camp equipage and whatever was left in Camp Beauregard, the rebels having fled to Columbus. General McClernand's brigade went to within seven miles of Columbus, and encamped on Thursday night in eight of the rebel watch-fires. He afterwards visited the towns of Millburn, Lovelaceville, and Blandville, surveying all the roads as he went. A part of Gen. Smith's command will return to Paducah to-day. Reach sentiment at the North. Forney, in his letter to the Press, from Washington says: "Some of our public men do not hesitate to say that, rather than bring back the seceded States into the Union, they would agree to a peaceful and prompt separation," And again: "There is an active party in the loyal States, which, under cover of being for the Union, are at work to force a dishonorable peace, by sowing the seeds of disaffection among the people." From Manassas the Confederates Evacuating their position.