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From Texas and Louisiana.

Atlanta, Sept. 26.
--A special to the Appeal, from Canton, Miss, dated 24th, says:

‘ The Memphis Bulletin, of the 23d, states that Magruder had whipped Franklin's Yankee corps, taking many prisoners sinking two gunboats, and disabling several transports. at Sabine Pass.--Franklin returned to New Orleans.


[another Dispatch.]

Mobile, Sept. 26.
--The New Orleans Era says that a most disastrous reverse to the Federals in Louisiana has occurred. This concurs with the rumors that Gen. Weitzed had been defeated and killed by Gen. Dick Taylor, at Napoleon, La.--[The particulars of this Confederate victory were published from the Northern papers on Friday last.-- Rep.]

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