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of her class, was captured by the rebels at Fort Harrison in the Tennessee river, on Sunday. Twenty days afters from Fort Herman reached Paducah on Monday. They report that Forrest, Buford, Chalmare and Bell were concentrating there. They have fourteen pieces of cannon, besides the armament of the gunboat Undine. "Orders from Hood and Forrest had been read to the troops, saying that Hood was marching north, and would cross the Tennessee river at Bridgeport, while Forrest attacked Johnsonville. " --It appears from the following telegram from Louisville that our cavalry is operating between Louisville and Nashville: "The Journal says a gang of guervilles made an attack on the Louisville and Nashville railroad yesterday, striking it at Cave City. Several negro soldiers were captured and killed. The scoundrels after the perpetration of this outrage, retreated from the road in great haste." --The Federals are hurrying away from Price to attend to Hood. A dispatch