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Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1863, by J. S.Thrasher, in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Northern District of Georgia. From the Southwest Shreveport, La. March 2, Via Mobile March 16. --All quiet in this department. A passive campaign on the part of the Yankees is anticipated. The enemy is now making a reconnaissance up Red river. Gen. Tyler is anxious to meet them. The action on the part of Congress on the currency question is anxiously looked for. The department is self-sustaining, and could feed our army for twenty years. It is had poncy to furlough any to cross to this side of the Mississippi river.-- Gens. Lee, Johnston, and Longstreet are constantly losing men, who cannot or will not return east of the river. The people everywhere in the department are buoyant and expect to win our freedom before March, 1865. Stonewall Jackson's Commissary, Banks, is no more respected or favore