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r ashore and land her on this side. She was thus brought in by Colonel Bell. She 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 river in search of more prey, and on yesterday we succeeded in coming up with two of the enemy's boats below Johnsonville, 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 Morton, with his splendid battery. At early dawn this morning three gunboats commenced throwing out "feelers," and to their sorrow they found out where the rebels were. The bottom opposite Johnsonville is almost impassable, but the persevering Rucker and the indomitable Morton made their movement regardless of mud and water. About 3 o'clock this evening the engagement became general. Colonel