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From the West and North. Dalton, April 13. --Dates from Nashville to the 10th inst, state that considerable excitement existed there in consequence of the pickets having been driven in at Germantown. It was believed to be a feint on the part of Forrest to enable him to get South with his train containing plunder taken at Paducah. Washington, April 9.--Colfax offered a resolution in the House, to-day, proposing the expulsion of Long, of Ohio, for sentiments uttered yesterday favoring the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. St. Louis, April 8.--It is reported that several naval officers were captured by the Confederates on Red River, whilst confiscating cotton.
From the Southwest. Dalton, April 13. --Gen. Wheeler attacked a small force of the enemy's cavalry at daylight this morning, near Benton, killed several and captured thirty-five men and one lieutenant, with their horses, pistols, carbines, &c.