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ick Taylor have been made to cross over the Mississippi and do a great many things which they never have done — and have been rapidly moved from one point to another at a great distance in an incredibly short space of time.
Magruder one day is marching upon New Orleans, when it is not probable he is outside of the boundaries of Texas.
Everything is received with doubt that comes from that direction.
The last report that Dick Taylor had crossed the Mississippi and was joining Gardner at Port Hudson, had completely routed Banks, and marched on to reinforce Johnston of course must be received with the incredulity that the questionable ter of everything by telegraph from that quarter is so well calculated to inspire.
But all at once the telegraphers from the North appear to be ambitions of outstripping their contemporaries of the far South, and with one bound go a long way ahead of them.
We are informed from Martinsburg that Gen. Lee, by an adroit move, has captured forty thousan