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s the most inglorious of all the failures of our General's in Virginia since the beginning of the war. " We do not suppose he will advance for some days or weeks to come. We copy from the New York Times, of May 16th, the following: General Grant expresses himself satisfied with the condition of affairs in his vicinity. --Dispatches of the 8th prove it is untrue that he beat Bowen on the 6th, or that Bowen repulsed him on the 4th. He states that Port Hudson is evacuated except by a small garrison and their heavy artillery. He will endeavor to cut the railroad between Vicksburg and Jackson, and a battle is expected in the vicinity of Big Black river bridge. A Jackson (Miss) dispatch, of the 11th, says Grant will probably advance east, and not direct to Vicksburg. Another dispatch, dated Vicksburg, May 11, says: "Nothing of importance to- day. A barge, laden with coal, ran past the batteries last night. The enemy's fleet above the city is increasing." From Tennesse
Western and Northern news. Tullahoma, May 19. --All quiet in front — Louisville and Nashville papers of the 16th have been received. They contain nothing from Mississippi. The Daily Press states that large numbers of troops are leaving Memphis to reinforce Grant. A dispatch dated Louisville, 15th inst., (St. Louis,?) says that the rebel sympathizers were departing. The scene was touching from the sobbing and weeping at the separation of fathers, mothers, and daughters. Men with families were allowed to take one thousand dollars; those without families, two hundred dollars; the balance of their property to be taken by the Government. Memphis dates of the 15th state that Adjutant General Thomas had formed ten full regiments of "contrabands," and expects many more. Burnside's letter to the Circuit Court of Ohio, relative to Vallandigham, says: "If I were to find a man from the enemy distributing the speeches of their public men, tending to destroy the confid