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e Yankee Irish soldiers. --An Irish Legion of the Yankee army are (or were lately) encamped at La Granges, Tennessee. One of them that writes to a Northern Paper: Yesterday we received intelligence that the commander of our corps, Gen. S. A. Hurlbut, had issued an order forbidding the circulation of the Chicago Times in this department, and to-day our fears were confirmed by the publication of the order in the Memphis Bulletin. Poor old Hurlbut! He too, it seems, is taking to the supHurlbut! He too, it seems, is taking to the suppression of the press and the suspension of the habeas corpus act yes, even to the issuing of proclamation a (the first decisive proof of loyalty to the government, and at the same time of military imbecility,) and he performs these acts with as much grace, and as much apparent pleasure, as he would the emptying of a bottle of "Old Bourbon," or the conflicting of a cask of the same from the secesh. Poor old negro worshiper! With him the pen is truly mightier than the sword; for, what this swo