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affairs in the trans-Mississippi Department, written before the report of Steele's surrender to Price: If our intelligence from the West be true, and we have no reason the doubt it, Gens Smith and Price are doing their work up nobly on the west side of the Mississippi river. The campaign of Banks in Louisiana has proved a complete failure, and he is represented as having been driven on te for Lincoln to supply Banks with a new force sufficiently strong to renew the campaign. Gen Price, too, since he has been relieved of the Incubus of Gen Holmes, is beginning to loom up, and wiremain long in Little Rock, even if he should get there.--Now that the work has commenced, and Gen. Price has his face once more set towards the North, we may rest assured he will not remain idle. Hiisiana. Magruder has little or nothing to contend with in Texas, and we may rest assured that Gen. Price will give Steele no rest until he gets him out of Arkansas. This leaves the Western departmen