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all rushed forward in the face of their fire and saved it. The bridge from the island to the main shore we could not save. It is of small moment, the length being only about 450 feet. The prisoners taken report that five regiments of infantry and 1,800 cavalry were stationed at the bridge. This campaign is ended, and I now occupy Huntsville in perfect security, while in all of Alabama, north of the Tennessee river, there floats no flag but that of the Union. O. M. Mitchell, Brig. Gen. Com'g Third Division. From Fort weight--Commodore Foots' S operations. Off Fort Wright, April 30 --There has been no change in the outward appearance of things here for the last two days, but certain indications now point to a speedy termination of our protracted siege, but I am not at liberty to say how soon. A deserter to day from the rebel fleet says that the vessel to which he was attached has been employed for nearly a week past in cruising between Memphis and this poi