me is crossed by the New-Orleans, Ope lousas and Great Western Railroad, which extends at present, no further than to Brashear City and Berwick's Bay, at the junction of the Atchafalaya River and Lake Palondre.
For the benefit of those of your retch, with a portion of the Seventy-fifth New-York, volunteered as sharp-shooters.
The troops commenced embarking from Brashear on Monday night; by Tuesday morning they had all safely embarked, and the whole of the infantry — placed upon our gunboae expedition accomplished, our gunboats and land forces returned in perfect order and good spirits, and arrived opposite Brashear at five o'clock on the evening of Friday, sixteenth, in one of the most terrible Northers that I ever witnessed.
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The rebel loss is not known; but two women who came to Brashear under flag of truce, say they knew of fifteen buried.
Although the ostensible object of this expedition was carried o