was, therefore, not received.
The War in Arkansas. Rolla, Me., March. 29.
--Reliable person who have just arrived from our army in the Southwest say the remnant of the rebel army under Price and Van-Dorn, numbering the men, have retreated entirely across the Boston Mountains, and are now at Van Duff and Fort Smith, receiving supplies from Memphis and Little Rock, via the Arkansas river, which is now at a high stage.
The Texas troops were much disheartened at the death of Gen McCulloch, and Arkansas feels the loss of Gen. McIntosh very severely.
The rebels are bad off for clothing a stores.
Pike's Indians have returned to the Indian Nation.
They were not found sufficiently formidable in battle, having been parts stricken at the effect of our artillery.
One regiment of Texas troops reached Var Buren on the 15th to reinforce Van Ders, and more were expected from Louisiana--The whole rebel reinforcements will not exceed 5,000 in the next six weeks. Lieut. C