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t France privately on the 20th of February, armed with six guns and a picked crew, who had been paid three months in advance. Her cruising, it is reported, will be the Equator and China. Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Indians, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa, and Ohio, are reported to have filled their quotas under the last call. General Kilpatrick arrived at Washington Wednesday. He attributes the failure of his expedition to the treachery of the negro guide. Gen. Logan has written a letter declining to become a candidate for the Governorship of Illinois. The Chicago Journal learns that General Burnside is making rapid progress toward the organisation of an expedition, which is to sail from New York for a point not now known. An officer of the army at Chattanooga writes that the Federal army cannot long remain in its present position, owing to the stench arising from an immense number of dead horses and mules which have died from starvation duri