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o'clock on Tuesday morning, discovered, attacked and destroyed in Grand Lake the famous iron-clad ram Queen of the West. Three large transps, extending from the Teche to the woods on the west side, and to Grand Lake on the east, were evidently of great strength and in admirable poextended for three quarters of a mile, reaching from the shore of Grand Lake to the bank of the Teche. The advance of the Thirty-first was tion, the grounding of one of the transports near the entrance to Grand Lake, and a delay of upward of twenty-four hours in laying off where adetained them a considerable time. The expedition proceeded to Grand Lake, meeting no obstruction whatever. Steaming up the lake a few mully an advancing army, was perhaps never seen. Extending from Grand Lake on our right to the Teche, with obstructions across that stream, ree brigades, arrived at Indian (sometimes called Irish) Bend, on Grand Lake, and prepared to land. Lieutenant-Colonel Fisk, of the First Lou