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ty question. If the army of the Potomac, which has been recruiting and perfecting since the memorable battle of Fredericksburg, and is, therefore, supposed to be in the very best condition, will make a telling demonstration, the command of Major-General Dix will not be found wanting. We have some of the best troops in the army, and excellent leaders.--Every necessary of life is in abundance, and every soldier is anxious for work. Gen Dix has promised them a sufficiency thereof, and he is a mGen Dix has promised them a sufficiency thereof, and he is a man to keep his word. Reported Occupation of Grand Gulf by Union troops. Cairo, May 1, 1863 --A steamer arrived to-day with dates from Millikin's Bend to Sunday morning, April 26. Nearly the whole of the army at that point was in motion. They marched across, leaving train and baggage behind. The soldiers took six days rations. It is stated on what is considered reliable authority, that Gen. Osterhans now occupies Grand Gulf. Two tugs, having in tow four bay barges,