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on with Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas, and we prevent the enemy from carrying on commerce upon the Mississippi. He must, by this time have begun to despair of taking the city either by land or water. The intrepidity of Morgan, Wheeler, and Forrest, is spreading terror in the ranks of the enemy and making his situation in divers places most uncomfortable and precarious. We shall all await with anxiety the further accounts from Tennessee. Rosecrans's army is no doubt demoralized; and mmand cut short by his misfortune. Vicksburg is impregnable, the Mississippi blockaded, and Grant in "Hockley."--Morgan is sweeping Kentucky, destroying the railroads and telegraphs, taking trains, destining provisions, and paroling prisoners. Forrest and Wheeler are everywhere in Tennessee, heaping up mortification, discomfort, and loss for the enemy; while Van Dorn, who has so recently achieved a "hand some affair" at Holly Springs, is no doubt busy with other adventures not likely to promo