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Mosby, near Bunker Hill, captured Brigadier-General Duffie and several other prisoners, a number of horses, and killed a number of the enemy. He sustained no loss." Lieutenant Johnson, of his command, with a small party of men, fell in, a day or two since, with a squad of fifteen Yankees. He killed six, wounded five and captured four. What became of the remainder is not known. From Tennessee. The Federals have evacuated Cleveland, Tennessee, and vicinity. Prisoners sent North. General Page and a large number of the Fort Morgan prisoners have been sent North from Mobile. From Georgia. There is nothing new from Georgia. Some idea of the celerity of General Hood's remarkable movements may be formed from the fact, that in fourteen days his army has marched one hundred and fifty miles. All the railroad destruction which has been effected was done by only a portion of one corps, which did not march with the main army. There has been no infantry fig
From Mobile. Mobile, October 27. --A flag of truce from New Orleans states that the Fort Morgan prisoners have been sent North, and those from Fort Gaince are still in New Orleans. Yankee prisoners who had arrived at New Orleans report that the Federals occupy Morgansa in force and are strongly fortifying. Admiral Porter is to take command of the North Pacific squadron. Farragut is believed to be in Mobile bay. Senator Semmes is now addressing the citizens of Mobile on the state of the country.