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Magruder marching on New Orleans are current, but they are not credited in official circles. No firing has been heard this afternoon.--Nothing has been seen of the enemy's cavalry since the skirmish yesterday. It is thought that, having encountered Jackson, they have abandoned the idea of attempting another raid. The weather is exceedingly warm. [other dispatches.] Summit, June 12. --Nothing reliable from Port Hudson. Firing was heard night before last. Mobile, June 12.--A special dispatch to the Tribune, dated Jackson, 11th, says: The latest news from Port Hudson is that the bombardment was continued. There is nothing definite from either Vicksburg or Port Hudson. The Vicksburg correspondent of the Times adverts to Grant's loss as "tremendous," and cires, as an instance, the fact that an Indiana regiment went in nine hundred strong, and came out with a Lieut. Colonel and fifteen men. The same correspondent says that a Federal brigade was repuls