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g a large force near Savannah or Eastport, on the Tennessee river, with the view to take possession of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad. It is supposed they seek to reach Corinth, by which they would common not only the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, but the Memphis and Ohio also; after commanding these roads at this point, that they will then attempt to reach the Grand Junction, commanding at that point the Mississippi Central Railroad, and thus intercept reinforcements and supplies to Gens, Polk and Beauregard. If they can reach our city from this direction, they hope to isolate our defences on the Mississippi river above, and to cut them off from reinforcements and supplies from the East and from the South; thus opening the great channel of transportation for their own supplies, both of men and provisions, etc. to the great Northwest.--They hope to separate the armies of Beauregard and Johnson and, if possible, to cut off the connection between our Western and Eastern armies.