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t passage of the article in which our cotemporary of St. Charles street says that. "this expedition has caused the whole Confederacy to shake in its shoes," the Picayune writes the following: "We must no doubt make allowance for enthusiasm in the foregoing report. The fact of having shaken the whole Confederacy in its shoeal report on this subject. We find it difficult to understand how such rich spoils can be taken from the rebels, who have nothing." This fine irony of the Picayune, it must be confessed, is in its proper place. The time has arrived to put a stop to such ridiculous trash, that has proved false a thousand times, and yet is ag towards famine; about to devour each other, they must have be a undeceived by the very report of our contemporary which has been so deservedly ridiculed by the Picayune. This reduced Confederacy must be still rich indeed, if in the small circle which he has overrun, as says the True Della, Sherman has been able to capture s