Col. Stokes, of the 1st Tennessee cavalry regiment, made a parade to day, showing strength both in men and horses.
From Memphis — a small Figle. Memphis, Aug. 4.
--A fight took place on Sunday afternoon, between a Federal reconnoitering party and a party of rebels.
It was a small affair.
About 150 of the latter were surprised in the vicinity of Mooney creek, and fled at the first fire, with six or seven killed and several wounded.
Nashville, Aug. 7--Gen. Robert McCook was shot by a party of guerrillas, near Salem.
Ala, yesterday while he was riding towards Winchester, Tenn., sick, in an ambulance.
His remains reached here this evening.
Capt. Brooks, who was with the General, was captured.
Our forces burned the house of the rebel who led them into this ambuscade.
The War in Kentucky--Another Invasion by Morgan. Louisville, Aug. 7
--The Journal publishes a rumor of Morgan's advance into Kentucky, and his capture of Burksville, with an