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ch, taken in connection with the events of Sunday last, possesses considerable interest: Meantime the enemy is concentrating. The Union forces are in the lower tier of counties in Western Tennessee. Immediately below is Tishomingo county, in the northeast corner of Mississippi, and in it, just twenty-five miles from Savannah, is the important railroad point of Corinth, or Corinth as the natives insist on pronouncing it, at the junction of the railroad from Columbus through Humboldt, Jackson, and Purdy, with the great Memphis and Charleston road. This seems to be the cause of the Rebel operations. Their new line of defence has for its base the Charleston and Memphis road, the preservation of which is absolutely necessary to any pretence of resistance through Northern Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. Along this railroad are and Florence, at the foot of the Muscle Shoals and the junction with the Nashville and Florence road where the Rebels have had forces since Donelso