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he proved to have a light cargo, mostly furniture. The successful fight at Johnsonville, by Rucker's brigade, is thus described. Since our fight at Paris landing, we have been moving up the nsonville, which gave us a few shots and retired. During the cover of darkness, last night, Colonel Rucker put one of his regiments in position on the river banks, near the town, and also Captain Mort regardless of mud and water. About 3 o'clock this evening the engagement became general. Colonel Rucker succeeded in gaining the river bank immediately opposite the town, under a heavy fire from t a hill just back of the town, which continued to shell the woods for miles along the banks, but Rucker could not be driven from his position. He had come to perform the work, and nobly did he executs and warehouses were burning, and commenced a heavy fire with small arms across the river. Colonel Rucker ordered Colonel Hodgson, with the Seventh Alabama, and Captain Bell, commanding Twelfth Tenn