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Exploits. The Mobile Register publishes a very interesting and graphic account of the recent railroad raids by Gen. Wheeler in Tennessee. The cavalry composing Gen. W.'s force were from Texas, Kentucky, Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. It left Unionville on the 5th inst., and reached the Cumberland river on the 10th, about tebster couldn't have said it better. "We'll do it," said one of the men as we moved forward. We had advanced but a short distance when we were met by Capt. Terrell, Gen. Law's Assistant Adjutant- General. He informed the Colonel that the recapture of the fort was utterly impracticable; that it could be approached only by the frontr, until they could be removed. The guns having been removed, the regiment still held its position to meet any advance of the enemy until orders were received from Gen. Law, about 8 o'clock A. M., to fall back to the edge of the woods beyond the field, In this position we remained until relieved by Gen. Robinson's brigade late in