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ma, and Lizzie Davis have been recently captured by Yankee cruisers. Dispatches from the army of the Potomac say there is nothing occurring to indicate immediate active operations. Conscripts in large numbers arriving daily. Changes have been made in the location of some of the corps. Two citizens of Alexandria have been heavily fined for failing to recognize the "reorganized Government of Virginia" by taking out licenses for the transaction of their business. Advices from Matamoras to the 12th ult. make no mention of the occupation of that place by the French forces. The Russian fleet will probably stay in American waters until spring. The Admiral and his officers will visit Washington and the Great West on private invitations. A new arrangement for the exchange of prisoners has been agreed upon. The details are still under consideration. Gold in New York, Tuesday, at first board, 146½ at second board, 147½. On Wednesday, at first board, 146⅜; at se
ossed from New Orleans in three columns--one of which crosses at Lake Charles, another at Brashear City, and the third at the mouth of Red river. His force is estimated at 35,000. Steele and Blunt have about 30,000. The gunboat Rattler has destroyed all the boats on the river up as far as St. Joseph, except one belonging to negroes. All gunboats and transports are constantly fired on by our pickets. Everything is quiet in Texas. Thirty-five thousand French are reported at Matamoras, and the report is generally credited. Gen. Forrest is here on leave to recruit his health, and not under arrest. He has tendered his resignation, and, if accepted, he will raise an independent force. The Register has a late copy of the Memphis Bulletin. A New Orleans letter makes the Sabine Pass expedition a much grander affair than reported. The troops sent to Brashear City engaged the Confederates there, while General Franklin went with the flotilla to land 25,000 troops at