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her dispatch from St. Louis, dated the 25th, says: Advices from Memphis to the 22d say that Forrest's entire force were moving towards Alabama, followed by Grierson. Polk was said to be marching north, and Forrest would probably join him. On the morning of the 21st Grierson's cavalry came upon some of Forrest's troopsGrierson's cavalry came upon some of Forrest's troops, near Huntsville, when a sharp fight ensued. The rebels retreated in the direction of Jackson passing through Lagrange. A number of prisoners, horses, mules, and wagons were captured from them and taken to Memphis. Gen. Price had evacuated Camden, Ark., and Gen. Steele occupied the place. Grierson has picked up a few Grierson has picked up a few of Forrest's men, but Forrest keeps his troops well together, and is too strong for a successful attack. His headquarters are still at Jackson, Tenn. Reinforcing the Yankee armies in the field — New Garrisons for Yankee Cities. The Government at Washington is straining every point to put men in the field. The drilled me