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A very cheerful Spring. --As the Mobile Register remarks, there is not a State in the Confederacy, with the exception of Missouri, where we have no force, in which within about two months past the Confederate arms have not achieved some success or the Yankees met with a failure. Thus we have-- In Texas, Benavides's affair at Laredo. In Louisiana, Banks's defeat at Mansfield. In Arkansas, the capture of Jacksonport, and possibly by this time the discomfiture of Steele. In Kentucky, the capture of Paducah. In Tennessee, the capture of Fort Pillow. In Mississippi, the defeat of Grierson. In Alabama, the Yankee failure at Fort Powell. In Florida, the victory of Olustee. In Georgia, the repulse of Crow's valley. In South Carolina, the confessed failure of the siege of Charleston. In North Carolina, the capture of Plymouth In Virginia, the defeat of Dahlgren's raid. There are others besides but we have confined ourselves to a single affair in e