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ght at Carney's bridge Farragut passes the batteries at Port Hudson Banks returns to Berwick's Bay advances to Opelousas and Alexandria, La. moves thence to Bayou Sara, and crosses the Mississippi invests Port Hudson combined attack on its defenses repulsed with a loss of 2,000 Banks presses the siege second attack the Rer should help him reduce Vicksburg: an arrangement to which Gen. B. very gladly assented. Grant's corps designed to cooperate against Port Hudson was to be at Bayou Sara May 25th; but on the 12th Banks was advised by letter Dated the 10th. from Grant that lie had crossed the Mississippi in force, and had entered on his campaiue marching by land to Simmsport, where they were with difficulty ferried across the Atchafalaya, and moved down the right bank of the Mississippi till opposite Bayou Sara, where they crossed, Night of May 23. and, marching 15 miles next day, proceeded forthwith to invest Port Hudson from the north; while Gen. C. C. Augur, with