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large portion of the quartermaster and commissary stores had already reached New Orleans. The enemy's Plans for the Spring campaign--"on to Richmond" again. The Washington correspondent of the New York World, under date of the 10th instant, says: Preparations for the grand movement on Richmond, which will now be delayed by the storm in Virginia, are going forward with quiet but vehement energy. The reorganization of the Army of the Potomac has been generally perfected. Gen. Baldy Smith will command two army corps, which are organizing at Fortress Monroe. The troops under his commrnd will be pushed up the Peninsula, whilst the Army of the Potomac keeps Lee's forces vigorously occupied. Gen Burnside will attempt his old route via Goldsboro', cutting the railroad at that point. The World's correspondent expresses the opinion that this grand combination will compel the rebels to fall back from the line of the Rapidan to the defences of Richmond, and that the greate
en above: Active preparations for the opening of the campaign are going on in the Army of the Potomac, Meade, Humphreys, Patrick and Ingalls had an interview with Grant on Friday. A severe storm occurred on Saturday, which has swollen all the streams to an unprecedented height. All the bridges on the Orange road were washed away except the Rappahannock, and that is seriously threatened by drift wood. By late arrivals from New Orleans, it is reported that the Federals, under Smith, occupied Shreveport, and by way of Carro, it is reported that Steel's expedition from Little Rock had occupied Shreveport and that the rebels were fleeing to Texas Both reports are based upon mere rumor. Farragut confesses that Mobile cannot be taken by the fleet unless a simultaneous move is made by the army. The reported loss of the rebel ram Tennessee, near Grant's Pass, is not believed at New Orleans. New York advertises for 5,000 navy recruits and 10,000 volunteers.