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The News.

A careful survey of the whole field of information, narrowed and contracted it is, affice us that matters are in a much mere helpful condition than they were ten days at The spirit of the people is more buoyant, and a stronger confidence is felt in our ability to accomplish all that has been undertaken what we want is a vigorous and wallexted application of the means at command and one mouth will fully retrieve the revoter have sustained space the first of January. We have some information, which prosission prompts us to withhold, which pats guns shearing aspect upon our future, and win the time comes for its disclosure, will glades the public heart.

whilst we have been lamenting are home, a grand success has attended are arms away off in New Mexico.-- twenty-five hundred gallant Southerners have rest, defeated, and captured a force of twenty-five hundred of the enemy, with their arms and an immense amount of ammualrece and stores. The Confederate forces were suder the command of Col. Sibley, and the army order Col. Canby, Fall particulars at the fight we were unable to gather, but the main ficts are as stated, and are confessed in a lage number of the Baltimore which recorded in running the blockades.

The telegraph informs as that a very large Yankee force had effected a landing at Red ford, eight miles distant from Savannah.--It is stated that great activity prevails among the Confederate troop on the Georpil and Caroller coasts. Warm work may be expected in that quarter in a short time, but we hear that every confidence is felt by that they will be found equal to the emergency. Threatened as the city of Savannah has been for months past, we deted not that ample preparations have been made to give the enemy a warm reception Such is the opinion of those who have of what has been done for the defence of the city.

A telegram states that McClellan coasts to be General-in-Chief. What is the matter ! Have the assiduens is bors of the young for the restoration of the Union bes overshadowed by the daring exploits and brilliant achievements of gutll and has the grand march of Banks the Valley of Virginia, where he has fatkted his hungry hordes upon its rich products slipped the wings of the Federal Cyril We are curious to knew what has beyond the Potomac to cause this cottage of toys.

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