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Yankee news and views.

Mobile, Nov. 18.
--A special dispatch to the Register, from Oxford to-day, gives advices from Memphis to the 14th inst. It is reported that General Burnside's resignation has been accepted, and that General Foster will succeed him.

General Sherman is reported killed in an engagement with General S. D. Lee.

Iuka was burned by the Confederates on the 10th.

A telegram dated Washington, 11th, inst., says that Seward had refused to allow recruiting in the United States for the Juarez Government of Mexico, and will prosecute offenders.

The Washington correspondent of the Chicago Times says that the restoration of the Union is almost hopeless, and, if restored, the United States will find themselves with a dependency of the French Emperor on the Southwestern frontier. A Republican Administration has abandoned the Monroe doctrine, and by pursuing aggressive measures to coerce the South has given them an ally in Napoleon, whose assistance will enable the South to establish its independence.

New Orleans advices to the 29th report the sailing of the fleet under Gen. Banks, consisting of three ships-of-war, sixteen transports, and a number of schooners and tugs. The expedition crossed the bar at the Southwest Pass on the 27th ult. Destination unknown.

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