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oth the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers are in fine boating order, and will prove valuable auxiliaries to military operations in Tennessee and Kentucky. The gunboats Peorla and Pawpaw returned here on Sunday from a reconnaissance up the Tennessee river. The bodies of Ensign Hare, of the gunboat Undine, and Captain Allen, of the transport Venus, killed when their vessels were captured by Forrest's gunboats, were found, . The river is lined with rebel pickets from Pine bluff to Johnsonville. The rebel General Lyon, in command of that district, has orders to watch the river closely and blockade it. Transports will begin running again soon. Forrest has a pontoon across the river at Chickasaw. Deserters and scouts report Hood's army at thirty-five thousand strong; with thirty-seven pieces of artillery. He intended to operate in Middle and Eastern Tennessee and Kentucky. He was marching on Pulaski, Giles county, Tennessee, and expected ultimately to seize Cumberland