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ing here and there, from one house to another, and others are hugging their children to their breasts as if to them from harm. The enemy have attacked us on General Terry's front. A prisoner has just new been brought in. He says they left Franklin this morning; that the rebel forces crossed in several places; that they commpened with his howitzers, for the enemy is advancing skirmishers forward to the edge of the woods. A few shots have been fired from Fort Fosscrans, by order of Gen. Terry, in order to get the range and let the enemy know that we are important for an attack. The Provost Guard have been engaged in arresting all the men in townd to Norfolk. All the houses in town were searched during the day for fire arms and ammunition. An impression is prevailing in town that the enemy's attack on Gen. Terry's front it but a feint, to cover a surprise movement in some other direction. At half past 8 o'clock the people of the town were startled by the sound and