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March 25.


Major-Generals Newton and Pleasanton, having been relieved of their commands in the army of the Potomac, issued general orders in accordance therewith.--Paducah, Kentucky, was attacked by the rebel forces under General Forrest--(Docs. 1, 127, and 139.)


The steamer La Crosse was captured and burned by a party of rebel guerrillas, at a point on the Red River, below Alexandria; her crew was released, but the officers were carried off.

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