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Glorious news from Arkansas--reported capture of Gen. Curtis and 6,000 prisoners. Grenada, July 10. --Passengers from Memphis last night say intelligence was received there Monday last that Gen. Hindman had captured Curlis, with 6,000 prisoners. Col. Flich being unable to reach Curtis with reenforcements, returned to Memphis with his command on Sunday.
From New Orleans. Augusta, July 10. --A special dispatch to the Savannah Republican, dated Mobile 9th, says: Passengers from New Orleans report that a Maine regiment mutinied on being ordered to Vicksburg, and two men were shot before the disturbance was quelled. Texas guerillas are hovering about New Orleans. The British armed vessels omitted the usual compliments on the 4th of July. It is reported that French troops occupied the City of Mexico on the 17th ult. The Jackson Mississippian, of the 5th, says: Last Saturday morning Butler visited Baton Rouge, and made several arrests for trivial causes.
The Bombardment of Vicksburg, &c. Mobile. July 10. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser, dated Jackson, to-day, says that the enemy is throwing occasional shells into Vicksburg. The crops are suffering for rain. There is no truth in the report that 1,500 Yankees were captured at Baton Rouge.