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lf, and no doubt thinks the ghost of Stonewall Jackson is after him. If he has not already discovered, he will find out before the summer closes, that Massachusetts is a more healthful place of residence for him than Louisiana. Altogether, the Trans Mississippi Department is in a most promising condition. If Banks is driven on this side of the river, we know of no other Federal troops in Southwestern Louisiana. Magruder has little or nothing to contend with in Texas, and we may rest assured that Gen. Price will give Steele no rest until he gets him out of Arkansas. This leaves the Western department comparatively clear of the enemy, and, as remarked above, we do not think the people there need live in any fear of their return. Our opinion is they have started home, and will not stop until they get there. As the West is clear, let us now look to the East, give our best attention to Grant at Richmond and Dalton, and the war is over, at least so far as the South is concerned.