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Late from the North. Affairs on the Peninsula — Washington dispatches--Gen. Halleck's policy — the Military Dictator in Tennessee, &c., &c. From late Yankee papers in our postoral on we make up the following summary: The Peninsulay said the topographical features of the country. Halleck on Secessionists. St. Louis, April 8. --Major-General H. W. Halleck, St. Louis.--Dear Sir: On my return home a few days ago, I found several letters addressed to me by friends int to their counties to protect them from the operations of these same rebels. Very respectfully, your ob't servant. H. W. Halleck, Major-General. Waly Andy Johnson 18 doing. Governor Johnson has superseded the Mayor, Alderman, and Councrebellion, and civil war. Second. That the thanks and congratulations of the war Department are rendered to Major-General Halleck for the signal ability and success that have distinguished all the military operations of his department, and for
ompletely routing the rebels, who were immediately followed by several thousand of our cavalry. At last accounts the latter were some miles beyond Corinth. Cairo,April 9--An officer who left Pittsburg Landing on Monday evening reports that our forces occupy Corinth [another lie,] and that Gen Johnston's body had been found upon the field. He also confirms the report that Beauregard's arm had been shot off. [A veracious officer.] Another specimen. St. Louis, April 9 --General Halleck, with a portion of his staff, left for the Tennessee river this afternoon; and will immediately assume command in the field. [Where is Buell?] The St. Louis Democrat's Chiro special correspondent says: The rebels were pursued by 800 of our cavalry, [ coming down,] The rebel prisoners state that Beauregard made a speech to his troops before entering the fight, saying that he would water his horse in the Tennessee river or in hell, and that the fight before them was hell, unless suc