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rest'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. H prisoners along with him, as he still had them when he appeared in front of Paducah, Ky., on the 26th. The following is the Yankee account of what they claim to be repulse at that place: Gen. Forrest had about 7,000 men in the attack on Paducah. His line of battle was 2½ miles long. The fight lasted all the afternoon. t of our fort. Gens. Harris and Burbage were with the rebels. Boats from Paducah at noon yesterday report all quiet. The citizens are rebuilding the town. Se Pawpaw, tin-clads, were the gunboats which participated in the late battle at Paducah, opening fire simultaneously with the fort on the enemy's advance into the citegroes in the fort, 220 in all, fought with great gallantry. All was quiet at Paducah yesterday, our forces being engaged in burying the dead. The enemy had si