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very large, in consequence of many wounded being killed under the no quarter cry. The rebels left 100 dead on the field, and took a way several wagon loads of wounded. The negroes fought better than their white officers, many of whom, it is said, skulked. --About the time the battle was over, a column of rebels made their appearance at Young's Point — all the citizens and transient persons having been put under arms. No attack had been made when our informant left. Memphis, June 12th.--The steamer Fort Wayne arrived up to day. There are no later dates than the 8th. No guerillas were seen on the way up. The fight at Milliken's Bend, on Monday last, was a sanguinary affair, and much larger than at first reported. The rebels were under McCullough, 2,500 strong. The Federal force was three negro regiments and the 23d Iowa. The rebels made a desperate charge at daylight. The negroes broke in confusion, but finding their captured companions slaughtered, rallied with g