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Smith was ordered to the Trans-Mississippi Department, and when he was preceded a few days by Gen. Price, that Gen. Smith was to have supreme command and that Gen Price was to be assigned to active cGen Price was to be assigned to active command in the field, untrammeled, to pursue the enemy when and where he could strike him to best advantage. Mr. T. learned that upon their arrival in Arkansas it was certained that General Holmes was in command there, and that General Price would be under him; and that General Smith's presence would be required in Louisiana. Gen. P., he continues, who had restored confidence to a number of trootime Jackson was being burnt by Grant, and Vicksburg was being invested, Col Clay Taylor, of General Price's staff, crossed the Mississippi river to Arkansas, witnessed the efforts making by the enemenemy would land and burn the country. (They did not burn Mississippi homes and plantations!) Gen. Price then went in person to second Col. Taylor's application. "I will go," said he, "and take my di