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. But, as we have just said, we don't believe he has gone back. Our opinion is, that his intention is to our troops, it he can, and work his way up to Columbus, Miss, where he hopes to form a junction with the column under Gen. Logan and Grierson's cavalry, which will swell his force to 50,000 or 60,000 troops; then crossing the Tombig bee at Columbus, move on to Montgomery, where, perhaps, he expects to meet another. Yankee column from the vicinity of Huntsville, in North Alabama. uch earlier than they expected. The advance of Sherman was only the opening ball to the grand onward movement, which, in a few weeks, will be commenced all along the enemy's lines. The idea therefore, that Sherman will go back, and compel and Grierson to retrace their steps thus rendering 50,000 troops almost useless in this grand campaign, is unreasonable; and if our military authorities shape their destinies upon such a supposition, they will, we fear, make a fearful, if not a mistake. Le