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The War in the southwest.(from our army correspondent) Memphis May 31, 1862 The evacuation, retreat, falling back, "going up." or whatever else you please to call it, of the army of the Mississippi, from Corinth is now a fixed, unchangeable, immutable, unsuitable fact, and as the thing is done, I suppose there is no harm in saying so. The Federal have found it out, and our own people need no longer be kept in the dark by the either in a mantle with which the army officials have their operations. By this time Halleck is "weeping, walling, and gashing his teeth," with chagrin at having been so completely filled. This is the first time that our brave little Frenchman has had occasion to retire before the enemy, and the success which attended the movement has stamped him at once as the muster General of the war.--With an enemy immediately in front of him, shelling his men even while they were in the act of retiring, with sick to move of provisions to be provided with a places