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after. It was supposed he would lose his leg in consequence, but the surgeons now think it can be saved. Chicago Tribune account. Grand Ecore, La., April 11, 1864. The army under General Banks left here on the sixth, via Pleasant Hill and Mansfield for Shreveport, with the exception of Smith's forces, consisting of dal of Smith's force, in which event the Red River expedition must be abandoned for the present. A. W. M. New-York Herald narrative. Grand Ecore, La., April 11, 1864. Early on the morning of Wednesday, April sixth, General Banks's column, having rested for two days at Natchitoches, marched on the Shreveport road, Generaiana. Rebel Addresses and orders. The following is General Taylor's address to his army: headquarters District Western Louisiana, Mansfield, La., April 11, 1864. General orders, no.--. Soldiers of the Army of Western Louisiana: At last have your patience and devotion been rewarded. Condemned for many days to