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nd parade in Savannah last Tuesday week, was, as we learn from the Northern papers, composed of negroes. Latest from the Southwest.--Thomas moving up the Tennessee river. The following official dispatch has been received at the War Department: "Macon, January 7, 1865. "General S. Cooper: "General Hood reports from Tupelo, January 6th, 1865, that Thomas appeared to be moving up the Tennessee river. "Up to 9 o'clock A. M. on the 5th, scouts report that six gunboats and sixty transports had passed Savannah, going towards Eastport, loaded with troops and supplies. G. T. Beauregard." The Savannah mentioned in the above dispin the above dispatch is on the Tennessee, thirty miles above the northern boundary of the State of Mississippi, and about seventy-five miles northwest of Florence. Eastport is on the Mississippi line. The Tennessee river flows thence almost due north. It is difficult to say what Thomas is aiming at in moving up this river.
h an armament of two hundred guns, and yet come out of the engagement with a few splinters detached from her inner casting to mark the damage in her interior. The Tennessee lay in the rear of our fleet after the forts had been passed on the morning of the 5th of August; and of fourteen vessels, at Admiral Farragut's disposal for tck aft, and on both sides. The armor plating is fastened on with bolts one and one-sixth inches in diameter, with washers and nuts fastening them inside. The Tennessee had an armament of six (what we call) Brooke rifle guns. The two pivot guns (fore and aft) are seven and a half inches bore, and four broadsides are six inche to the fight, it is presumed that some of her invisible joints must have been partially deranged with her repeated concussions with the assaulting fleet. The Tennessee has lately been used by Admiral Farragut, to good purpose, in the assault on Fort Morgan that preceded its surrender; and we expect that she will yet do us muc