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The region is now clear of rebels. The small pox is reported to be raging at Staunton and in the surrounding country. An enthusiastic Union demonstration took place in Memphis on the 9th of November. It was rumored in Liverpool on the 29th ult., that a mysterious steamer had just sailed from the Mersey "on a trial trip" It was reported, and believed by many, that the vessel is a sister ship to the notorious "290," alias the Alabama. It, however, proved to be the Columbia, of the Galway line.--She has been rebuilt by the Messrs. Laird, and made a successful trial trip on the 29th ult. The statements recently circulated respecting the building of rams, &c., on the Mersey, for the Confederate Government, are said, by the London Times to be false. Since the dispatch of the Alabama, or "290," no further contracts have been undertaken. The Confederate agents are purchasing vessels of known speed, and drawing little water, such as the Clyde vessels Iona, Clydesdale, Giraffe, &