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s by the Department at Washington, with orders to co-operate in the effort. The presence of Gen. McPherson is not made officially known here. Our laudatory journals do, it is true, tell about severaoops which are laying in the mud of Algiers and returning from Attakapas. It will be easy for McPherson to co-operate with them; but how would he manage to do so in an attack on Mobile? Grant aformer had his entire forces with which he captured Vicksburg with him. How are the remains of McPherson's corps to do better? I have heard men talk so wildly as that an expedition would start from y. There are but two routes by which to approach Mobile with the forces of either Banks or McPherson, and they meet come to New Orleans to go to either point. They may go to Pascagoula in light y after the campaigns of last year and the numerous feints on Texas, with all the forces which McPherson could muster by abandoning the Mississippi river to the guerillas, the best way to prove it wo