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neral Grant to General Halleck.—(Cipher telegram.) near Grand Gulf, Miss., April 27, 1863. Moving troops from Smith's plantation to the Mississippi has been a tedious operation, more so than it should have been. I am now embarking troops for the attack on Grand Gulf. Expect to make it to-morrow. General Grant to General Halleck.—(Cipher telegram.) near Grand Gulf, April 29, 1863. The gunboats engaged Grand Gulf batteries from eight this morning until one P. M., and from dusk till ten. The army and transports are now below Grand Gulf. A landing will be effected on the east bank of the river to-morrow. I feel now that the battle is more than half over. General Grant to General Halleck.—(letter.) Grand Gulf, Miss., May 3, 1863. On the 29th of April, Admiral Porter attacked the fortifications at this place with seven iron-clads, commencing at eight o'clock A. M., and continuing until half-past 1, engaging them at very close quarters, many times not being more than <