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The Situation at Port Hudson. Gen. Banks's headquarters are situated two miles from Port Hudson, and his cavalry picketPort Hudson, and his cavalry pickets extend an indefinite distance into the interior. A writer in the Mobile Register says it is positively ascertained that sig these were the Billy Wilson Zouaves, who never were at Port Hudson at all. The writer says: Singular to relate, the pthis region have the same hopefulness in the strength of Port Hudson, and the same anxiety about Vicksburg, as the people abole have in the strength of Vicksburg and the weakness of Port Hudson. Every night, I am told, the dull booming of the mortarhighest standing from Louisiana, who have lately been at Port Hudson, that there is plenty of corn and rice there--plenty. Ththe battle of Perryville, and judge if our brave boys at Port Hudson are not of the same mettle. Give Joe Johnston a little est confident he will relieve Vicksburg, open the way to Port Hudson, drive Banks like chaff before the wind, and sweep like