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f cavalry attacked Murfreesboro' and entered the town, shelling it fiercely and destroying many houses. General Roussean, with one regiment of infantry and artillery, drove them out of the town. Four Thousand Confederates Cross the Cumberland river into Kentucky. A telegram from Cairo, dated the 10th instant, says: On the 9th instant, the rebels, under General Lyon, captured the Government transport Thomas E. Tutt, at Cumberland City, on the Cumberland river, twenty miles aboCumberland river, twenty miles above Fort Donelson. The Tutt was used for crossing the river. The rebels are on the march into Kentucky. Their force is estimated at four thousand men. The Tutt was loaded with Government forage, and was burned to the water's edge after the rebels had crossed the river. Another telegram says: When last heard from he was moving towards Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and threatening that place. If he attacks that point, the garrison, being small, will be compelled to fall back to a stronger