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Port Hudson and joined his forces with these of Gardner. The report is possible; but I hardly think that Smith has yet the banks of the Mississippi. At Port Hudson Gardner has the means of transporting troops across the river, but the Federal fleets are above and below. The Monitor fleet is reported below coming up. It is reported that the Federals own up a loss of 39,000 since landing at Grand Gulf. I give these as reports. Yesterday morning the Federal cavalry made a dash on Bolton's Depot, twenty miles west of Jackson, and burned the depot, together with 900 bales of cotton, said to belong to the Government. It is my deliberate opinion that every bale of Government cotton will be burned by some means, and charged to the general account of incendiarism and accident. The former will have the longest finger in the pie. The Mississippian has the following about the Port Hudson fight: A surgeon just from Woodville conversed with several Confederate soldiers who w