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states that Gen. Young, in pursuing Capt. Montgomery and the Federal troops, overtook the baggage, supply and ammunition trains, and were seized, with some beeves and horses. Capt. Montgomery had evacuated Fort Ouchita, and was on his way to Fort Arbuckle. Gen. Young had determined to take possession of Forts Cobb and Arbuckle. Galveston, Texas, May 16.--Strong batteries cover all the approaches to the channels, and are capable of resisting an attack. Capt. Reynolds. U. S. S. M., at Arbuckle. Galveston, Texas, May 16.--Strong batteries cover all the approaches to the channels, and are capable of resisting an attack. Capt. Reynolds. U. S. S. M., at San Antonio, had resigned. The officers taken by Col. Van Dorn are on parole. Information has been received that Cortina is rapidly preparing for another raid on the Texas settlers on the Rio Grande. There is another statement that Cortina, with a large force, is moving up the left bank of the Rio Grande. Recruits are pouring in from all directions to join Cortina, and it is believed a formidable force is already concentrated on the river. Six recruits from Matamoras, en route to join C