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Letter from the Gulf shore. Picayune Bailer and his great "Expedition of the Southwest"--running the blockade — the schooner "Widder," alias "an drexella"--the fight for her — slaughter of Yankees — burning of the "Jerrie Richards"--success of the "Loene" and the "Glara"--an incident at sea — Launch of the Wonderful gun boat "Morgan" --the Cotton planters make a Discovery, &c. [Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Mobile Feb. 1, 1862. The case of Picayune Butier's great "Expedition of the Southwest, " which left Yankeesdom with such a flourish of trumpets and such magniloquent boastings of doughty deeds intended, furnish is no exception to the manner of large beginnings and small endings which has characterized all the heavy undertakings of the enemy since the war began. The yankees would have fairer prospect of accomplishing the little task of subjugation prescribed for themselves, if they could only reverse their programme, and talk small and do large