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Henry, and of the Federal movements in that section! We have information from the vicinity of Paris, Tennessee, to the effect that the Federal have evacuated Murray, and gone in the direction of Fort Henry. On Wednesday night our pickets at the fort were driven in. On Thursday morning the enemy opened a cannonade upon Fort Hennessee river at Callawaytown, about 12 miles from Fort Henry. This morning we have a confirmation of the same report from another source. A gentleman who left Murray yesterday afternoon, to bring reliable intelligence from that town, states that the Federal had evacuated Murray and gone toward Callawaytown in large force, at wMurray and gone toward Callawaytown in large force, at which point they were crossing with a view to attack Fort Henry. There is a possibility of the fall of Fort Henry. The river is so swollen that the water is reported within a few feet of the batteries, and, besides, there is no adequate force outside the fort to successfully resist the large army which the Federal have conce