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62. The Union forces engaged were the Third Minnesota, Col. Leslie, eight hundred men; six companies of the Ninth Michigan, Col. Parkhurst, three hundred; the third battalion of the Pennsylvania Seventh cavalry, two hundred and twenty-five; Hewitt's battery, sixty men, convalescents; the Fourth Kentucky, twenty-five. In all about fourteen hundred men. The rebel force consisted of one regiment of mounted infantry, a regiment of Texan rangers, and Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee cavalry. The Secessionists confidently expect the arrival of the rebel forces some time to-night. Batteries have been placed on Capitol Hill and other points. Col. Leslie surrendered at Murfreesboro' at four o'clock P. M., the Minnesota Third and Hewitt's battery included, the latter for want of ammunition. Georgia and Alabama cavalry and Texan Rangers were engaged in the fight. The 7th Pennsylvania cavalry were partly engaged. Some have reached Nashville and are now on duty. Gen. T.