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nd Charleston railroad, and cutting off communication between Memphis and Atlanta. The indications are that this attack will be made at Corinth, by a Federal force from Hamburg, on the Tennessee river, or on the road near the Alabama line, from Eastport. Rumored Disaffection. The Savannah Republican publishes the following extract from a private letter, dated Warsaw, Ala., March 3d, but expresses doubts of its truth: The North Alabamians, as I learn, have turned traitors. They ar here to the Mississippi river, along the line of the Memphis and Charleston railroad, is thronged with troops, many of them veterans who have fought upon some of the bloodiest fields of the war. The rumor of the Federal gunboats landing at Eastport, reported in Memphis on Monday, seems to have been an error. They were said, however, to have appeared on the Tennessee, below Savannah, in considerable force--one report enumerated thirty-three gunboats and transports together. The people see