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nging a pontoon bridge from Cincinnati with them. You will have learned be fore this of five Yankee gunboats having ascended the Tennessee, nearly as high up as Florence, and having destroyed the town of Clifton, just below, and capturing about forty of Forrest's men and their horses. These boats, from their number, were evidents particular time, be detached from the Yankee fleet and sent so far inland merely for the purpose of ravaging and devastating. A considerable force was left at Florence and Tuscumbia by Van Dorn for the protection of the railroad running to Huntsville and Decatur, and to guard the cotton factory at Florence, and this force has sFlorence, and this force has since been augmented. The crushing of the Rebellion. It is amusing to look back a little and see what the Yankees said about the crushing out of the rebellion at its commencement. The first sample is from the New York Times, edited by that remarkable military genius, Raymond, Says the Times: Let us make quick work,