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River. Captain Foote's report. St. Louis, October 30, 1861. sir: The Conestoga, Lieut. Corn. Phelps, has again been up the Tennessee River as far as Eddyville, sixty-two miles distant from Paducah, with three companies of the Illinois regiment, under command of Major Phillips, and conjointly they have had a handsome an Foote, Captain U. S. Navy, &c. A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune gives the following account of this affair: On board Steamer Lake Erie No. 2. Eddyville, Ky., Oct. 26, 1861. Last evening, Major Phillips, with three hundred of the Ninth Illinois regiment, started on an expedition from Paducah. Stopping at Smithlth three hundred abolition troops, came up the Cumberland, and landed at West Eddyville. The troops were disembarked and proceeded to Saratoga, a few miles from Eddyville, where a fine cavalry company of Kentuckians, just formed by Captain Wilcox, were encamped, completely surprising and putting them to rout, and killing and wound