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60,000 before reaching St. Louis, for which point he was journeying. The latest report from Cairo was that the Federals had become alarmed for the safety of St. Louis, and that nine steamboats full of soldiers had been sent from Cairo to that point. The foregoing was currently reported and generally believed at New Madrid on Friday. Since the above was written we learn that a gentleman, just from Paducah, reports that both Cairo and Paducah is being evacuated of Federal troops, and that they are being sent to St. Louis with all possible dispatch. Important from East Tennforms us that the authorities there had reliable information that the Federals were leaving both Cairo and Paducah in large numbers last week. It was said that no less than twelve boats full of trooe was written, we learn from persons who left Columbus on Monday that Federal troops, which left Cairo and Paducah in such large numbers, had landed near Commerce, Mo., for the purpose, it was though