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ded. Two rebels were killed and several wounded. Forrest's raid — his capture of prisoners at Union city — his reported repulse at Paducah. The accounts of Gen. Forrest's progress in his raid are contradictory. He captured Union City,f what they claim to be his repulse at that place: Gen. Forrest had about 7,000 men in the attack on Paducah. His lineight. Forty convalescents in the hospital were captured. Forrest sent in a flag of truce to exchange prisoners, but Col. Hi After being once repulsed in the attack on the fort, Forrest sent a communication to Col. Hicks, demanding the surrende— name not yet known. The New York Tribunes, noticing Forrest's raid, says: There is something wrong — very far wr thousand cavalry, if he be not there yet. We should think Forrest and his everlasting marauders might now be caught before tuckner or Presion, or both, strengthened by John Morgan's, Forrest's, and Champ Ferguson's cavalry, will co-operate with him