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ht and ten thousand. The report is brought from Little Rock that General Curtis's division of the Federal army, lately occupying Springfield, have commenced to march southeast, in the direction of the State capital. Steele's division is certainly moving to the same point from Pocahontas. The probability is that both will be starved out should they proceed much further. This movement on Little Rock is doubtless made with the belief that the navigation of the Mississippi and Arkansas rivers will be open to Federal transportation before these troops reach their expected point of destination. It is only in this way that they can possibly be furnished with proper supplies. The Yankee gunboats in James river. The Petersburg Express learns from our videttes that the number of Yankee gunboats now lying in James river, off City Point, is eight. They keep well out in the stream, nearly two miles from shore, and but little can be discovered of their operations. They were