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leans, 23d May, and published in the New York Herald of June 3d, we extract the following paragraph, which shows that the attack on Port Hudson was made by all the Yankee forces that could be spared from lower Louisiana: Since my last all the available force in this department has been concentrated near Baton Rouge, in order to assist in the grand attack upon Port Hudson. The main body of the army is to-day doubtless between Bayon Sara and the enemy's works, while the divisions of Generals Augur and Sherman are operating to the south and cost of the great rebel stronghold. I have no doubt in my own mind that before this letter is laid before the Herold's readers Port Hudson will be occupied by our forces. Our attack will be admirably arranged, and the force brought to bear will be fully adequate to make it in all respects successful. The Generals commanding are all experienced men and soldiers, and they will so push matters that defeat will be impossible. As you may suppose,