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The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Crevasses in the
Crevasses in the Mississippi. --The Memphis Avalanche, of the 7th, has the following in regard to the breaks in the levees below that point: The first break occurred at Tallula, Issequina county, Miss., and the water partially damaged about nine plantations so much as to prevent any cotton being raised upon them at all this season. A full crop of corn, however, will be made. The damage to the levee and to the planters will amount to several hundred thousand dollars. The break in the levee at Ford's, twenty-five miles below Columbia, in Chicot county, Ark., is by far the most serious. The water inundated a large section of country, the formation of which is such that the decline in the river will not suffice to draw off the element. The damage to the levee and to planters is estimated at fully one million dollars. Thursday night of last week, Bernard's levee, one mile above Grand Lake, was cut. It was repaired before any material damage was sustained. The
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The Charleston blockade. --The Charleston Evening News, of the 7th, says; There has been quite an accession to the blockading vessels off this port. The Minnesota is still off the ship bar — to the North and East of her there are two long steamers, apparently propellers, and are no doubt armed merchantmen or provisional ships. Just south of the Minnesota, and near her, is a three-masted vessel that looks like a sailing ship or bark, but others consider her a steamer. Another vessel has also been seen off the Bar by some persons, but our reporter could not make her out.