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There were sunday rumors in circulation yesterday, one of which related to the resignation of a gallant officer of the army. Certain parties professed to be well informed upon the subject, and testified it as a fact accomplished. As circumstances stand at present we can hardly conceive it possible that a General who has won unfading laurels, and has no rival to the affections of the soldiery and the people, would thus voluntarily relinquish his honors and disappoint the hopes of a nation. There was a good deal of talk yesterday about a great Confederate victory in the West, but we could learn nothing in confirmation of such an event.

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