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Generals should hasten their steps or they may be too late. It is believed now firmly, by the best informed, that the Federal gunboats cannot descend the river to Memphis. Our people are resolute and hopeful under this conviction. Major-General Bragg has ordered martial law to be established at Memphis. The Memphis Appeal, of the 9th, publishes a letter from New Madrid, giving an account of several sharp skirmishes between pickets, in all of which the enemy had been worsted.--A forShould any one in this army be unequal to the lask before us, let him transfer his arms and equipments at once to braver, firmer hands, and return to his home. Our cause is as just and sacred as ever animated men to take up arms; and if we are true to it and to ourselves, with the continued protection of the Almighty, we must and shall triumph. G. T. Beauregard, General Commanding. The Memphis papers inform us that Gens. Polk and Bragg will be connected with Beauregard in command.
Affaire in the West. --A recent letter from Jackson, Tenn., says: Island No.10 is now our strong point of residance to the Federal gunboats. The Lincoln forces will never pass that point. It is a perfect Gibralter. Gen. Beauregard is much improved in health. He is the man for the times, and our prayers for his preservation should be constant. The defamers of Gen. A. S. Johnsion are beginning to discover their error, and the popular tide is about to bear him upon its bosom. General Bragg is here, working in conjunction with Beauregard, and organizing for the great contest that is impending on this line. Gen. Polk has joined the other Generals here, and our force is increasing rapidly.