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and Courtland. Forrest, with a cavalry force, is reported near Johnsonville, which is amply garrisoned to repel any attack. The Yankees lfin steamed down near the westside of Reynoldsburg island, from Johnsonville, and engaged a rebel battery of twenty-four-pounder Parrotts. The gunboats were driven back, badly damaged, to Johnsonville. At two o'clock in the afternoon the enemy's batteries opposite, above and below Johnsonville, opened on the disabled gunboats. They responded until their ammunition was exhausted, and were then blown up. Their boats' crews are at the fort in Johnsonville. This morning the rebels commenced crossing in the boats of the Undine at a place about five miles above Johnsonville. Two flatboats were also used. No fighting has taken place to-day. The rebels are engaged in burying their dead. ts have arrived. General Schofield takes command of the post of Johnsonville. Intelligence from below Florence states that a large part