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urs, D. G. Farragut. To Commodore Palmer, commanding at New Orleans Six hundred prisoners captured, and now coming up the river on the Tennessee and Bienville. General Page is on board the Tennessee. It appears that Colonel-Anderson surrenders Fort Gaines after being shelled by one gunboat. --The following is his letter, offering to surrender on the 7th, after being shelled by the Chickasaw on the afternoon of the day before. Headquarters, Fort Gaines, August 7, 186ch I respectfully request that you will transmit to me and allow me sufficient time to consider them and return an answer. This communication will be handed you by Major W. H. Browns. I am, sir, very respectfully, Your obedient servant, C. D. Anderson, Colonel Commanding. Speech of Lincoln to Ohio soldiers. The time of the One Hundred and Sixty-sixth Ohio regiment, one hundred days men, having expired, they paid their respects to Lincoln, who made them a speech in front of the E