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neers, the fleet can be supplied by transports from Pascagoula sound. We hope the report of the young officer who commanded it will show that it was not yielded while it was at all tenable. Its loss throws the city back upon its inner line of defences, and causes the abandonment of the reasonable hope that if it had been held the fleet would have been forced to run to sea again by the guns of Fort Morgan for its supplies. The casualties in the fleet and at port Gaines. Fort Morgan, August 6. --I communicated this morning by flag of truce with the enemy's gunboat bound for the Pensacola hospital, with Admiral Buchanan and our wounded on board, and obtained the following correct list of casualties from D. B. Conrad, Fleet Surgeon of the Mobile Squadron: Tennessee, Flag-ship of the Mobile Squadron. Killed; John Silk, first-class fireman, and Edward Kilkenny, fireman. Admiral Buchanan, compound comminuted fracture of right leg, Tible, only, from the splinters