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ional Northern intelligence from our New York files of the 17th instant: Gen Halleck's Criticisms of the Yankee campaigns of the past year — the Efficiency of his Generals. The Yankee Commander-in-Chief, Gen. Halleck, has made a long report of the Yankee campaign of the past year, in which he most successfully lifts all bnce, waited month after month to strengthen his position and to organize.--General Halleck claims that he ought to have advanced during the siege of Vicksburg.--He adelay. The defeat of Gen. Rosecrans's right wing is attributed primarily by Gen. Halleck to two causes — to his advancing with so wide a line, (forty miles in lengthing is characterized — for a wonder — with warm praise. This defence of Gen. Halleck against the imputations of the public in regard to Rosecrans's campaign ingea moment, compared with a decisive march to Atlanta? These telegrams of Gen. Halleck do not relieve him. The earliest, ordering reinforcements, is one to Gen. H