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Progress of the War. We take from our Northern files and Confederate exchanges the latest intelligence about the progress of the war: The fight in Louisiana. The very latest Northern intelligence published about the recent fight in Louisiana is a telegram dated at Grand Ecore, La, April 11th, and is published in the New York Herald: The advance guard of Gen. Banks's army, comprising two brigades of cavalry, one of infantry and four batteries, was attacked by twenty thousand rebels near Mansfield, fifty miles this side of Shreveport and fifteen miles beyond Pleasant Hill, on Friday last Compelled to yield to superior number, our forces fell back to Gen. Emory's division, of the 19th army corps, which repelled the advance of the enemy and repulsed him with great slaughter. Gen Banks deemed it prudent to fall back to Pleasant Hill, where he could choose his own position, and on Saturday, about 5 P. M, met a renewed attack of the enemy with Emory's and Smith's troo