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ollowing special order is published by order of the commanding General: W. W. Shore, being by his own confession the correspondent of the New York Daily World and Daily Times, the articles and letters from which papers are copied with approbation into many of the rebel papers to the injury of the Government and the cause of the country, is ordered to leave the department forthwith, and not to return under pain of being put to hard, but honest, labor. By order of Major Gen. Butler. R. S. Davis, Major and A. A. G. The campaign in the Southwest--the advance of Hurlburt and M'Pherson. The Federal force which is now advancing into East Mississippi, and before which in retiring Gen Polk has evacuated Meridian, is under the command of Gen Sherman, and consists of two army corps--the 16th and 17th, under Hurlbut and McPherson. The cavalry to attend the expedition left Memphis for Corinth on the 3d inst. The St Louis Republican, commenting upon the movements in that quarter, s
ror to Eastern Carolina, was captured on Friday night last, and is now a prisoner in the Confederate lines. Hoggard has been depredating on the people of Bertie, Gates, Chowan, and counties contiguous, for some time past, at the head of one hundred renegades, who, like himself, should have deemed it a dear privilege to fight for their native State. Having been considerably annoyed by members of the 62d Georgia regiment, (Col. Griffin.) Hoggard has been lying in ambush for Capts. Bowers and Davis, of the above command, and had but recently sent them a message that he would capture them at an early day, or lose his life in the attempt. But sometimes would be captors are themselves captured, and such has been the late of the unfortunate Hoggard. Hearing that Hoggard would visit his wife on Friday night last, Captain Bowers dismounted his command and proceeded cautiously to the residence of Hoggard, in Bertie county, nine miles from Windsor. Arriving at their destination, unobserved