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Lt J T Flemming, co F, 33d Ind; 1st Lt H C Johnson, co K, 33d Ind; 1st Lt W J Day, co C, 33d Ind; 1st Lt J C , co D. 33d Ind; 1st Lt G D Scott, co I, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut W H Boone, co G, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut E Weringford, co E, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut Jno W Slaughter, co K, 33d Ind; 2d Lieut James Sampson, co A, 33d do; 2d Lieut C E Buel, co C, 22d Wis; 2d Lieut H R Ingraham, co A, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut J B Mye, co B, 22d Wis; 2d Lieut. W S Herbert, co C, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut Jno Gunn, co E, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut Ro Clark, co B, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut C W Finney, co H, 85th Ind; 2d Lieut V S Newmant, co K, 22d Wis. This list comprises 4 Colonels, 2 Lieutenant Colonels, 3 Majors 21 Captains, 24 First Lieutenants, and 29 Second Lieutenants; total 73. The officers and men were captured by Gen. Van-Dern, at Thompson's Station, Tennessee, on the 5th of March. The following were received on Saturday, from Hunter's Station, Va., where they were captured on the 17th inst., viz: Capt Ro Schofield, co F, 1st Vt
r side of the town." It is reported that the object of the enemy in evacuating Murfreesboro' was a "change of base," making Columbia his left wing and extending toward the Tennessee river; and that Grant's army is coming up, via North Alabama, to effect a junction with Rosecrans. Gen. Van-Dorn is still on the north side of Duck river. A portion of Cug's division, from Western Virginia, is advancing from Woodbury and Carthage towards McMinnsville, upon Wheeler's cavalry. Col. Clark, with a regiment of Morgan's command, captured sixteen picket guard in from of Lexington, Ky., and brought out large supplies of stores. [third Dispatch.] Chattanooga, March 21. --The falling back of the enemy from Murfreesboro' is fully confirmed. It is supposed they have gone towards Nashville. Passengers by this evening's train report that three Yankee brigades went down the Cumberland river a few days ago, supposed to reinforce the enemy at Vicksburg. Van Dorn is re