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erald of Saturday, the 6th inst., containing some highly interesting news, a summary of which we lay before our readers. The steamship Morning Star, which left New Orleans on the 29th ult., brings an account of the first day's fighting at Port Hudson. Banks commanded in person, and the fight was still going on at the time of the departure of the Morning Star. The attack commenced on the 27th, and the Herald's correspondent says it has been "one of, if not the bloodiest battle, that has y all, will have to put up with a change of masters, and to be the hewers of wood and drawers of water of his philanthropic white "brudder. " It will doubtless pay better than to enroll them into negro regiments, to be slaughtered like sheep at Port Hudson and elsewhere. We give in full the telegrams concerning the bombardment of Vicksburg: Cairo, June 5.--The dispatch boat, Gen. Lyon, from Vicksburg, Monday night, has arrived. Firing was kept up all of Monday. Gen. Sherman's (McCle
The Situation at Vicksburg. Grant's movements — the late fight at Port Hudson, &c. We have received a copy of the Jackson Mississippian as late as the 2d inst. It says a rumor prevailed there the day before, said to have been broughtconfused. That Banks has landed at Bayon Sara there can be no no doubt. He and Augur have moved to and are investing Port Hudson. --But little or no fear is entertained for its safety. The Chaplain of the 12th Louisiana, just from Western Loui be sensational I did not telegraph them. One was that Kirby Smith had pushed on after Banks, and had crossed over at Port Hudson and joined his forces with these of Gardner. The report is possible; but I hardly think that Smith has yet the banksHudson fight: A surgeon just from Woodville conversed with several Confederate soldiers who were in the fight at Port Hudson last week, and he confirms the news of a complete victory to our arms. The soldiers informed him that General Gardner