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Affairs at the South. From our Southern exchanges we gather the following items: Patriotic Address from Gen. Van-Dorn to the Young men of Arkansas, Texas, and North Louisiana. The following stirring address has been issued by Gen. Van-Dorn: Headq'rs Trans-Mississippi District, Dept. No., 2, Pocahontas, Ark., FDorn: Headq'rs Trans-Mississippi District, Dept. No., 2, Pocahontas, Ark., Feb. 1862. The question is before us: shall we organize, arm, and march to join the army of Missouri, and battle for independence on her soil, where she invites, nay, implores us, to come; or shall we wait to see that gallant and struggling State down-trodden in the dust, manacled and lost — her broad fields and rich granarie
subjection, and a nation with a bright page in history and a glorious epitaph is better than a Vassall land with honor lost and a people sunk in infamy. Earl Van-Dorn, Major-General.
Attempt to Run the blockade.
The New Orleans Bulletin says:
The steamer Victoria, Capt. Forbes, appeared off Fort Livingston at the