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of Fort Henry. Our loss at Fort Henry. New Orleans, Feb. 12. --A dispatch just received from Memphis states that the latest advices received from the Tennessee river, report that Gen. Pillow has got the Federal forces hemined in near Fort Donelson. The river is still rising, and Fort Henry is completely submerged. It was, of course, abandoned by the Federals. One Federal gunboat returned to the Tennessee river bridge from Flor The bridge is guarded by 500 Federals. There is a large Confederate cavalry force between them and Paris. The Union men in Wakely county are cheering loudly for the success of the Lincolnites. The people of Paris are preparing to leave. The latest advices from Paducah state that steamers are constantly arriving with troops, destined for the Tennessee river. Fourteen steamers have already gone towards Fort Donelson with troops. Heavy firing was heard in that direction on Tuesday. The Confederate loss at Fort Henry was fi
, Va., without break of bulk as to the former, and with scarcely a transfer of baggage as to the latter. The statements here made are --they are important truths.--They are grates so plain and of such import in this present national crisis, that we dare impute to the photic authorities, State and Confederate, after blindness and weakness not to see them and be controlled by them. When the enemy already, by their bold assault at Roanoke Island, and by their still bolder advances up the Tennessee river, have notified us in the most unmistakable language that they mean, if possible, to break up and destroy utterly all the railroad cannexions between the different sections of the Confederacy when they have taught us by two and severe disasters that cutting us on main lines of intercommunication is the poncy which they specially cherish, could be possible that a lesson taught by so dear experience, shall prove of no utility and of no effect? The interests of North Carolina and V