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ith a force three times that which was opposed to its advance, they have been defeated and forced to leave the field with a loss of men, small arms, and artillery. Both their columns are retreating before, the squadrons of our pursuing cavalry. The Lieutenant-General commanding offers his grateful thanks to the whole army, and trusts that this opening campaign of the new year may be an earnest of the successes which await us in the future. By command of Lieutenant-General Polk. Thomas M. Jack, A. A. G. Mobile register account. Demopolis, March 1, 1864. The great campaign under General Sherman, announced in the Yankee papers of several weeks past, to consist of seventy thousand men, to move in three columns, successively, from Vicksburgh, West-Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama, to sweep through the States of Mississippi and Alabama, break up their railroads, destroy their grain and manufactures, and capture and reduce their capitals, has been brought to grief.