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en, such as he could bring into the field, he could march successfully through that entire section of country. Several hundred men under his command will be composed of the same class that served under Montgomery. There are an army of contractors now in Washington, anxious to serve the Govern ment in the way of furnishing supplies.--They are besieging the War and Navy Departments. There are some very fat contracts to be given out, amounting to several millions of dollars. Congressman Bouligny, of Louisiana, arrived here to-day from New Orleans. He states that four thousand soldiers have left that city for Lynchburg, Va., and that large bodies of troops from other parts of the Confederate States are moving in the same direction. He says that a strong Union settlement still exists in New Orleans, but is kept in complete subjection by the Secessionists. He traveled for some distance with Senator Johnson, who was groaned as a traitor at nearly every station. A fres