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Forrest's Marine Operations in the West. The mode of procedure of the Confederate horse-marine cavalry in capturing the Yankee gunboats out West is very interesting. Some letters to the Mobile Register give full accounts of the recent exploits of the troops of Forrest's command on the Tennessee river. The first is a narratiForrest's command on the Tennessee river. The first is a narrative of what was done by Buford's division, and the description is worth reading: At daylight, everything was in readiness; every one breathlessly watched the river for approaching steamers and their convoys. About 10 o'clock, smoke in the distance notified us of the approach of a boat coming up the river. Various were the sur that one be sent down the river to the bend to force the gunboat either to drop down or surrender. This was done, and she was deserted — a prize in the hands of Forrest's cavalry. The transport then surrendered. After the gunboat had retired to the bend, another transport came down the river, her passengers indulging in no