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ifficulty of obtaining supplies. On the morning of the 27th, the advance received marching orders, and on the afternoon of the same day the cavalry moved forward. The next day the infantry followed. Their destination was announced to be Little Rock, and they were to be followed by the outrage of the column. The distance from Pocahontas to Little Rock is one hundred and sixty miles, and the route a good one--it being what is called the military read. The Federal officers were confident Little Rock is one hundred and sixty miles, and the route a good one--it being what is called the military read. The Federal officers were confident of their ability to accomplish their object, and went so far as to assert that Phelps, of Missouri, would be appointed Military Governor of Arkansas. The army was supplying itself by a pillaging system of foregoing. The beacon and corn in the hands of the planters was seized, and receipts given for the number of pounds and bushels of each. These documents in every instance accompanied by the promise that the owners would be paid six cents a pound for the first, and thirty-five cents a b