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affair. Since the enemy was unable to pursue us to Ripley, it is hardly probable that he will be able either to join Buell, or make further progress in the interior of Mississippi, without being seriously impeded in his operations by the reorganized army of Gen. Van. Dorn. Our army fought on this occasion with all its accustomed valor, Even the enemy concedes this. It yielded, at last, only to over whelming numbers. All praise to them for bravery and perseverance. Yet, this telegram gives us a glimpse of light which we cannot help thinking reveals the true cause of the defeat. "Stragglers," it says, "may be numbered by the thousand." It was straggling which very nearly caused the defeat of Beauregard on the second day at Shiloh. We cannot but suspect that straggling had much to do with the repulse of Van-Dorn at Corinth.--Unless some means can be found to put a stop to this practice, our victories will always be either turned into defeats, or rendered wholly unprofitable.
igned to the houses of H. A. & Co., or to S. & Son. The senior member of the former firm took passage in the steamer Bahama, together with that noted pirate, Semmes. The steamer Peterhoff has sailed for England with a cargo chiefly of cotton that has been brought here from Southern ports. She was freighted by H. A. & Co., and S. & Son. A few days before she left some dispute arose between the junior member of the former firm and the senior member of the latter. The former was called "Beauregard," the latter "Stonewall Jackson," and a fight ensued between these two rebel agents and enemies to our country; the latter, however, got the worst of it. The former was taken before a magistrate, and fined ten shillings. The latter has entered an action for two thousand pounds damages. If he succeeds, all that they have made by their rebel agencies will be but of little avail to them. Let me also inform you of a base trick served on your worthy Consul here. He kept a fine boat for t