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cements and supplies from the East and from the South; thus opening the great channel of transportation for their own supplies, both of men and provisions, etc. to the great Northwest.--They hope to separate the armies of Beauregard and Johnson and, if possible, to cut off the connection between our Western and Eastern armies. We learn from passengers down from Corinth last evening, that much excitement prevails along the line of the road from this place to Chattanooga. This is natural. Our people are being thoroughly aroused to the drills. We have nothing to fear, provided the messes generally will exert their powers and to the fullest extent sustain the skill and vigilance of our commanding Generals. It must not be expected that Gens Polk, Beauregard, Bragg and Johnston can meet and drive back a large Federal force without they be adequately supported with the arms of strong men, as well by the hearts of patriots. It is said there are 30,000 Federals already landed near Iuka.