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arned that upon their arrival in Arkansas it was certained that General Holmes was in command there, and that General Price would be under himsought permission to take them to the field; but was ordered by General Holmes with his whole command to Jacksonport, Arkansas, "and," says Mrfrom the west bank of the river.--He made an earnest application to Holmes to be allowed to take a few heavy guns, and station them at a pointet could be destroyed, offering to work as a private and a gunner. Holmes's army was doing nothing — never was doing anything, but dying, run the enemy land if he dare; I'll whip him back into the river." But Holmes would not allow any thing of the kind to be attempted. The writer further states that Gen. Holmes had at one time 40,000 men, who were demoralized and diminished to 12,000 without striking one blow. "No and may well arouse an indignant feeling through the country. General Holmes is by many considered an effete commander, belonging to the cla