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to Little Rock, and the of Blount's old army went off in the direction of Fort Smith. What became of this latter we do not know. Shelby went, however, in pursuit of it; but his pursuit evidently has been diverted and probably turned into a raid. On the 17th inst he captured Dardaneville, Arkansas, and paroling the garrison, crossed the river and went on towards we know not whither. You will doubtless, however, have heard from him through Yankee channels before this reaches you. Gen Magruder reached Arkansas too late to participate in any of the batties of the late campaign returned to this point last week. From Louisiana we learn that nearly the entire State west of the Mississippi is cleared of Yankees. Our rangers have been charging up and down the country, and as they approach the Yankees leave as though they were sent for. It the Federal troops are kept busy on the other side of the river so as to prevent their reinforcing in this department, we will soon clean the