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Lew Wallace, Maj Gen com'g Middle Dep't. A true copy: Samuel B Lawrence, A A G. Stanton's latest official gazette. The following is the latest "official gazette," as the Yankee papers call it, of Secretary Stanton: Washington, May 23, 1.35 P. M. To Maj Gen Dix, New York: Dispatches from Major Gen Canby, dated at the mouth of Red river, at midnight, May 15th, state that Admiral Porter has just arrived, and that the remainder of the gunboats will arrive to night.--Gen Banks will probably reach Semmesport, on the Atchafalaya, to morrow. A dispatch from Admiral Porter, dated on board his flag-ship. Black Hawk, at the mouth of Red river May 15th, states that the portion of the squadron above the falls at Alexandria have been released from their unpleasant position owing to the indefatigable exertions of Lt Col Bailey, acting engineer of the nineteenth army corps, who proposed and built a free dam of six hundred feet across the river at the lower falls, which e
has whipped Grant all the way from the Rapidan to the North side; we in the North cell such movements retreats, but then we are only ignorant mudeillis and one southerner is equal to five Yankees, (in lying, we admit) Bend Butler has been driven to his den on the James; Sherman has beer "repulsed with heave loss" ever so many times, and hers is another emission — they do not say that Johnston has whipped Sherman forward from Chickamauga to Rome. Then they have glorious news from the West Gen. Banks has been surrounded and his whole army has surrendered and the story about Steele's surrender is also true in the mains and rebel has been cantankerously showed up in West Virginia, and would have been quite captured, but his cavalry absurdly interfered, and so the captured did not amount to much." "We of the North," it seems, "call such movements" as those of Gen. Lee "retreats." Let us see what those movements were.--On the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th, Grant tried to drive Lee befo