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present all as being very quiet in the surrounding neighborhood. There are very few Confederate troops in Arkansas, and if Price is allowed to return home the entire Confederate army in that State will disband. I think Steele will have very little opposition anywhere in Arkansas. A scouting party of twenty coming from Gen. Davidson's command to Helena, were attacked about twenty miles of the town on Sunday last. We lost seven killed. There were upwards of a hundred rebels. General Solomon is in command at Helena. General Prentiss has gone up the river. Arkansas will soon be opened up to trade. Already our lines have been extended. At Helena and a Board of Trade opened, the people for thirty miles around coming in and getting supplies. The Latest from Charleston. A despatch from New York, dated the 17th, announces the arrival of a steamer there from Charleston, and says: On Thursday evening the monitors were all stripped and prepared for action, and