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river, and the flight, demoralization, and dispersion of Beauregard's army, a decisive overthrow of the rebel army of the East will end the war. So not for Richmond. Had not the wise and we considered plans of Gen. Scott, Gen. Motherland and Gen Halleck, been interrupted by our Abolition men unionists, this rebellion would have been to-day among the things of the past. But as our Abolition disturbers and marplite precipitated the disastrous battle of Bell Run; they also contrived to break ocommerce from rebel forays. Speculations respective Beauregard. Persons from New Orleans, who know Gen. Beauregard, say he is not the sort of man to give way to such frantic actions in view of reverses is has been attributed to him by Gen. Halleck. As he has carried off all his great guns and munitions of war from Gerinth, at will probably be found that he is in -fortified position in the direction of Grand Junction and Memphis. If so, our gunboat a will find the latter place strongly