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No doubt he will cross the river as soon as possible.
Only a small portion of Longstreet's corps has been engaged, so Bragg will have a fresh force to hurl against the invader.
We learn to-day that Gen. Hood is not dead, and will recover.
The President sent over to the Secretary of War to-day some extracts from a letter he has just received from Mobile, stating that a large trade is going on with the enemy at New Orleans.
A number of vessels, laden with cotton, had sailed from Pascagoula Bay, for that destination.
Some one or two had been stopped by the people, as the traffic is expressly prohibited by an act of Congress.
But upon inquiry it was ascertained that the trade was authorized by authority from Richmond — the War Department.
I doubt whether Mr. Seddon authorized it. Who then?
Perhaps it will be ascertained upon investigation.
Mr. Kean, the young Chief of the Bureau, is a most fastidious civil officer, for he rebukes older men than himself for mistaking an i