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and all who could, made their escape to the shore. I am told, I don't know how truly, that Gen. Lovell had gone down that evening to make an attack with thirteen gunboats, a large ram of eighteen second in command. His reply was that the city was under martial law, and he would consult Gen. Lovell. His lordship said he would surrender nothing, but at the same time he would retire and leave t out of regard for the lives of the women and children who still crowd this great metropolis, Gen. Lovell has evacuated it, with his troops, and restored to me the administration of its government anew-Orleans. Official rebel correspondence. The following official despatch is from Major-General Lovell to Brigadier-General Duncan, commanding at Fort Jackson: New-Orleans, April 23, 18mmanding. To Brig.-Gen. J. K. Duncan, Commanding Fort Jackson. Gen. Duncan's reply to Major-General Lovell runs thus: Fort Jackson, April 23, 1862. I have to report this morning same upon