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ing, and smoking and swearing, and cutting up more ridiculous capers than over graced a monkey show. The recent capture of Federal gunboats on the Cumberland. The Nashville Dispatch, of a recent date, in speaking of the operations of Col. Woodward on the Cumberland, admits three boats destroyed instead of two, as we published a few days since. The following is its telegram: Clarksville April 8.--The steamboats Lovell, Propeller, and Saxonia were captured and burned to day 15 miles above Clarksville. The Captain of the Lovell was killed, the Captain of the Saxonia had his arm shot off, and the fleet engineer of the Lovell wounded. Woodward was in command of the rebels, and had 1,200 men and two pieces of artillery. The passengers and crews of the boats have just arrived here. Col. Bruce has sent an expedition up the river to-night. The from the want of proper management of the gunboats. They fell back to Smithfield to co when they could have obtained a ful