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ckson. New Orleans, April 23 --The following is a copy of an official dispatch from Major-General Lovell to Brig. Gen. Duncan, commanding at Fort Jackson: "Say to the officers and men of your command that their hereto fortitude in enduieve with no better success than that already experienced. (Signed) M. Lovell. Major-General Commanding. Gen. Duncan's reply to Major-Gen. Lovell runs thus: "I have to report this morning, as previously, that the bombardment is srther casualties to report. Let the people have faith and fortitude, and we will not disgrace them. (Signed) J. K. Duncan, Brigadier-General" [Second Dispatch.] New Orleans, April 23. --The following dispatch was received fromTwenty-five thousand 13 inch shells have been fired by the enemy, thousands of which fell in the fort. They must soon exhaust themselves.--If not, we can stand as long as they can. (Signed) Brig. Gen. J. K. Duncan, Comd'g Fort Jackson.