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The Trans-Mississippi. The Atlanta Appeal, of the 2d inst., has the following encouraging view of affairs in the trans-Mississippi Department, written before the report of Steele's surrender to Price: If our intelligence from the West be true, and we have no reason the doubt it, Gens Smith and Price are doing their work up nobly on the west side of the Mississippi river. The campaign of Banks in Louisiana has proved a complete failure, and he is represented as having been driven on the north side of Red river, and is seeking refuge at Natchez, on this side of the Mississippi. This leaves all West Louisiana free from the enemy, and will play hob with those Yankees who have emigrated thither with the view of raising cotton and sugar. They will be compelled to give up their farms, of course, and re-emigate to the North. Gen Magruder seems to have no foe to contend with in Texas, and Gen Smith will remain idle during the spring and summer, as it will be impossible for L