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Affairs in Mississippi. Mobile, Feb. 2. --A special to the Register and Advertiser, dated Como, Miss., February 1st, says that Colonel James McQuirk, of the 3d Mississippi Cavalry, entered Lagrange yesterday, and occupies it now. No Yankees nearer than Germantown. Mobile, Feb. 2--A special to the Register and Advertiser, from Como, February 2d, says that twenty-seven transports in all, averaging six to eight hundred men each, have passed down the river. An enormous three-tier gud Lagrange yesterday, and occupies it now. No Yankees nearer than Germantown. Mobile, Feb. 2--A special to the Register and Advertiser, from Como, February 2d, says that twenty-seven transports in all, averaging six to eight hundred men each, have passed down the river. An enormous three-tier gunboat passed down on the 29th. A dispatch from Clinton, Miss., says an enthusiastic meeting is going on in Jackson's cavalry, re-enlisting for the war. The Texas troops are re-enlisting to a man.