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n the Cumberland river. The enemy's lines are clearly to be seen from high points in the suburbs and from the capitol. They are entrenching themselves in a southwestern direction, about three miles from the city. During the day, heavy skirmishing occurred on our left, and progressed along the line to the centre. Many persons witnessed the cannonading. Along the right of our lines nothing of importance has transpired to-day. The same dispatch says that the Yankees have evacuated Johnsonville, and that a fort on the Chattanooga road, garrisoned by negro infantry, had been captured by the Confederates, a Colonel Johnson and a few privates only escaping. The road between Louisville and Nashville had not yet been cut. A telegram from Louisville, dated the 3d instant, says: A Nashville letter states that on Wednesday evening Captain's brigade of cavalry, consisting of the Fourteenth Illinois, Seventh Ohio, Fifth Iowa and Eighth Michigan cavalry regiments, was surrounded by