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From Mississippi. A letter from Morton, Miss., to the Mobile Tribune, dated the 8th inst., has the following intelligence from the army there: The army here is being put in excellent condition, and everything that can possibly be done for the comfort of the men has been done. The troops have been paid off for the first time, with some of them, for six months, and, thanks to the untiring energy of Drs. Yandall and Scott, Medical Directors, the sick are well cared for, and the health of this army is better than any other. Only six sick were sent off yesterday, and every train from the East brings large numbers of men returning from the hospitals. Since writing the above I have seen one of Gen. Kirby Smith's staff, who has just arrived from that side of the river. He crossed the river at Rodney on last Friday, and whilst he was there four transports heavily laden with troops passed up, and the Continental loaded with cavalry passed down. The Yankees are playing a