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ere of the purest and finest linen, each one marked. A large number of these were presents from ladies. On the bed in which your correspondent slept was a linen sheet, bearing on its corner the following inscription: "To Captain Semmes, of the Jackson Guards, from the ladies of Columbia, Tenn., " and a large number of pillow cases bore the names of a committee of ladies from Murfreesboro, Tenn. With these hospital stores were found delicacies of all kinds, such as jellies, wines, farina, &c.,ied off by them in their retreat. The Rebel force in the affair is estimated at from twelve to fifteen thousand. The rapid. Its of the firing of our artillery gave rise to the belief in town that a general action was taking place, and that Jackson had returned in force. It is generally accredited here that information had been carried to the Rebels that the Union forces had left the town, with the exception of a guard for polices duty. It was not generally known among the inhabitant