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From the Southwest--movements of the enemy — the Yankees Driven from Point Coupee Port Fenion, La., Feb. 27th --(via Mobile, March 2)--A Yankee force, 4,000 strong, is marching towards Loiganes. The advance guard, 1,000 strong, is at Fadsse river, twelve miles from this place. This is deemed an important movement, and doubtless prompt stops will be taken to arrest it. Later. Fort Hudson, Feb. 27--Col. Mille's Legion, the 4th Louisiana; Col. Hunter's and Fenner's battery; drove the Yankees from Point Coupee.--The enemy ignominiously retreated at the appearance of our forces. The reported force of the enemy at Baton Rouge is 30,000.