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trains loaded with supplies for Sherman's army. Two days later two other freight trains, also loaded with supplies, were captured by the Confederates near Resaca. We have nothing to report from Sherman. Our last intelligence, it will be remembered, was that Hooker's corps captured the strong position occupied by the Confederates on Lost Mountain, but was subsequently compelled to abandon it. From Arenas. A telegram from St. Louis states that all the military posts between Cape Girardeau and Little Rock have been abandoned, and that the Confederates have regained all but a small portion of Arkansas. Lincoln's Foreign policy. In the Yankee House of Representatives, on Monday, Mr Davis, of Md., from the Committee on Foreign Relations, introduced the following resolution. Resolved, That Congress has a constitutional right to an authoritative voice in declaring and prescribing the foreign policy of the United States, as well in the recognition of new Powers as