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mouth of Obion Creek, and they had not returned at 12 o'clock to-day. A large force of their cavalry were in Baltimore last night. The bridges between here and Columbus are destroyed, and we cannot scout in that direction. Our forage is out, and Major Hill can explain to you our situation generally, which I consider very exposed. I can get as much information by scouting from Union City as from here. T. H. Logwood Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding. Ed. Pickett, Jr., Colonel, Commanding. Paris, March 7, 1862--9 p. m. Major George Williamson, Assistant Adjutant-General: Scouts just in from the Tennessee River report large bodies of the enemy at Fort Henry Angelo, mouth of Sandy, and Paris Landing. Many transport boats lying at each of those places. The number of boats at Paris Landing is fourteen, and a larger number at the other landings. Three boats loaded with troops passed mouth of Sandy upward bound this morning; the others loading and preparing to leave. Later.--Citi