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The news from Tennessee. The reported raid of the enemy, by way of the Tennessee river, upon the town of Florence, is confirmed by dispatches received yesterday. We still cherish the hope that our forces in that quarter will thwart their design of getting possession of the railroad, and inflict summary chastisement upon the audacious invaders. We publish this morning the Federal accounts of the capture of Fort Henry, from which it will be seen that they are making the most of it.
e Tuscumbia and Florence bridge.occupation of Florence.&c., &c., &c. Lynchburg, Va., Feb. 10. ich states that the Federal gun-boats reached Florence about 4 o'clock P. M., yesterday. Troops werentrue. The Lincolnites had again returned to Florence. No bridges had been burned on the railroad.gunboats passed down the Tennessee river from Florence yesterday and carried off large quantities of Government stores. The Florence steamers Robb and Dunbar are safe. They ran up Cypress creek rals destroyed several spans of the bridge at Florence connecting with Tuscumbia. There were six steamboats at Florence, two of which were captured. The other four were set on fire and burned by the citizens of Florence. A private dispatch received this evening from Decatur, says everything its had gone up the Tennessee river as high as Florence. Nashville, Feb. 10.--A private dispatch received last night from Florence states that the gun-boats had left that place. Fort Donaldso[1 more...]