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Advices from Grand Ecore, Red river, to the morning of the 15th, have been received. The battle on the 8th was fought at the Sabine Cross Roads. The rebels were commanded by Gens. Magrude, Holmes, and Taylor, all under Gen Kirby Smith. The rebel loss in the first day's fight is placed at fifteen hundred. The second day's fight was at Pleasant Hill, where, as previously stated, the enemy was most gloriously routed and driven from the field by our forces under Gen. A. J. Smith, Gen Banks commanding in chief. The enemy's loss is heavy, and at least two to our one. Among their killed were Gens Mouton and Parsons. Financial. Gold is again higher — the closing rate at 10 P. M on the 22d, at Gallagher's Exchange, being 175. The New York World says: Mr. Chase has sold all his surplus gold, and it is evident to any business man who will take the trouble to examine into this matter that he will be compelled to buy gold before the year is out in order to pay th
is a telegram dated at Grand Ecore, La, April 11th, and is published in the New York Herald: The advance guard of Gen. Banks's army, comprising two brigades of cavalry, one of infantry and four batteries, was attacked by twenty thousand rebels division, of the 19th army corps, which repelled the advance of the enemy and repulsed him with great slaughter. Gen Banks deemed it prudent to fall back to Pleasant Hill, where he could choose his own position, and on Saturday, about 5 P. M, the 13th army corps, was wounded, but is rapidly recovering. Col Benedict, of the 162d New York, was killed. Gen Banks will advance again shortly. The rebel Gen Mouton was killed. Gen Banks will advance again shortly. (Signed)JGen Banks will advance again shortly. (Signed)James. S. Bredin, Col. U. S. A, of Gen. Emory's staff. Affairs in the Southwest. The Memphis Bulletin, of the 13th, says a dispatch from Washington to Missouri calls for troops to be sent to the frontier as soon as possible. Gen Sherman ha