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s, with distorted faces, bayonetted eyes, broken skulls,&c, I am sick and can write no more. Gen. Forrest's Capture of Paducah. A correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser writes from Forrest's expedition an account of the fight at Paducah, which is the first Southern account which has been published. He says: A portion of the force concentrated at Trento went under the command of Col Falkner (Kentuckian) to Union City, and after a brisk fight of short duration, in which Lt Col Landrum was severely wounded and one man killed, the place surrendered with some five hundred and fifty prisoners--tories, under Hawkins and Hardy. Their horses, equipments and supplies were taken. The other column, composed of Bell's Brigade and Thompson's with the exception of Faikner's regiment, under Gen. Buford pushed on with Gen. Forrest rapidly to Paducah, which place was reached about 10 o'clock on the morning of the 25th -- The Federal force was two thousand infantry, one negro regi