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k Rosecrans and compel him to abandon Murfreesboro'. From Mississippi.--Grant to Halleck, from Cayuga, Miss., says: "My forces will be as far advanced this evening along Fourteen Mile Creek--the left near Black river, and in a line extending nearly east and west — as they can get without bringing on a general engagement. I shall communicate with Grand Gulf no more except it becomes necessary to send a train and heavy escort. You may not hear from me again for several days." "Raymond, Miss., 12,30 P. M. May 14, via Memphis, 11 A. M., May 18.--Major-General Halleck: McPherson took this place on the 12th, after a brisk fight of more than two hours. Our loss, 51 killed and 181 wounded. Enemy's loss, 75 killed (buried by us) and 186 prisoners captured, besides the wounded. McPherson is now at Clinton. Gen. Sherman is on the direct Jackson road. Gen. McClernand is bringing up the rear. I will attack the State capital to-day. "U. S. Grant, Maj.-Gen'l." From Mem