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now progressing that will astonish and delight the country. The Democrat contains an account of the evacuation of Johnsonville yesterday by the Union commandant of that place, who is also reported to have destroyed all the transports and gunboat"astonishing the country." A dispatch from Cincinnati says: The correspondent of the Journal, writing from Johnsonville, Tennessee, says: "Eight steamboats, loaded with Government stores have been burned here to prevent their falling into the t, on Thursday last, Forrest, with a large force, placed batteries on the Tennessee river, within a mile and a half of Johnsonville, where three gunboats and eight transports were lying. Early Friday morning Forrest moved the batteries up and oamount of Government stores and considerable artillery is reported captured. It is also supposed that the supplies at Johnsonville were taken. All is quiet along the White river, in Arkansas. St. Charles is re-occupied and garrisoned with