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z, and Parallel, in the Yazoo river, the Dew Drop, Emms Bott, Sharke, and Mears, in the Sunflower. We have only left, of all the splendid fleet which caught refuge in the Yazoo river, the Hope, Hartford City, McCulloch, and Cotton Plant, which are up the Tallahatchie and Yellobuche. The Kennett is sunk across the mouth of the Yellobuche, and the Walsh across that of the Tallahatchie. The gunboats came up the river as far as the month of the Tula river, and raided in the direction of Blackwater and Lexington. This closes the history of another strongly defended river. I am indebted to Captain Applagale, captain and owner of the Walsh, for the above interesting facts. He is on his way to Richmond to secure a settlement of his affairs with the Government. Other owners and captains are enroute for the same purpose. I trust the Navy Department will adjust the affairs of these gentlemen as promptly as possible, not only because it is proper and right that they should be paid