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, or a determined contest until they were silenced, and a passage forced through to the army of Gen Pope. Gen. Bragg, who is in command, has great confidence in his engineering skill, and will, nfrom their supplies by river, but both have about equal facilities of communication by land. General Pope has no other method than to transport his stores, ammunition, and reinforcements from Bird's 's Landing, where some of his gunboats and transports are awaiting. It will be impossible for Gen. Pope to push his light siege guns any farther down the west bank of the river than the Confederatescross the peninsula on the western side of the river, designed to rent river transportation to Gen. Pope. The truthful arises and scouts have long since done that.--Advantage has been taken of the hsteamer and several barges is matter of conjecture. It is generally thought, of course, that General Pope will, with the help of barges, move his army across the river and thus cut to the rear of the