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he late result, their thoughts are admirably disguised. They state that when the Confederate Government decided to make a stand at No. 10, it was thought that Beauregard, at Corinth, would be victorious in time to reinforce the former position. The War in Arkansas. St. Louis, April 14. --The correspondent of the Missouri Democrat, writing from Houston, Mo. under date of April 9th, says: "The whole Confederate force in the late Pea Ridge battle have gone east down the Arkansas river. A little over a week ago they passed through Clarksville, sixty miles east of Van-Buren. At that point a force of two thousand cavalry was said to have taken the road North, towards Huntsville. It is impossible to learn the destination of these troops, but it is most probable that they were bound for some point on the Mississippi river, near Jacksonport, Ark. It is also reported that the rebels at Pocahontas have orders, on the appearance of a Union force, to retreat to Jack