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Further from Tennessee--the Yankee accounts of Hood's Losses. The Nashville Journal of the 24th is full of the Yankee accounts about Hood's reverse. It says: The latest reports place Hood's army at Duck river, near Columbia, which he wHood's army at Duck river, near Columbia, which he was crossing as rapidly as possible, with Thomas pursuing vigorously. The rebels had made something of a stand at or near Sp Dispatch says: The number of prisoners captured from Hood, including his wounded found at Franklin, will, it is now sf their leading generals. General Cheatham stated that Hood's force, when he reached Nashville, was thirty-five thousannt is correct. Rebel officers at the penitentiary say that Hood had no expectation of an attack on Thursday, and that all o East Tennessee at the same time, it is quite probable that Hood intended to delay offensive operations until Lyon's force o defence of Murfreesboro'. A rebel captain states that Hood, previous to the battle, was so sanguine of having everythi