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m information received at New Orleans, that Fort Craig has fallen into the hands of the Confederate troops: St. Louis, Thursday, April 3. The correspondent of the Republican, under date of Fort Union, New Mexico, 18th, states that Col. Slough's Colorado regiment of volunteers, 950 strong, arrived here five days ago. The effective fighting force now here is 1,400 men, sufficient to defend this depot against any force the rebels can bring against us. We have stores enough to last ourhey have organized a Provisional Government, with Gen. as Governor. If a forward movement can be made without jeopardizing this depot, it will be done, and an effort made to believe Col. Canby, and thus reclaim Santa Fe and Albuquerque.--Col. Slough, as the next ranking officer, is in command of this department, while Colonel Canby is penned up in Fort Craig. Kansas City, Monday, March 31. --Advices from Fort Union to the 20th, state that the main body of the rebel Texans were encamp