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t Craig. --The Houston Telegraph learns that an express from San Antonio to Col. Ford, at Fort Brown, reports that Col. Baylor attacked Fort Craig with seven hundred men, the Federal forces being eleven companies, and the Confederates were repulour city yesterday, informs us that he is just from that point, and that there is no truth in the dispatch. He says that Baylor is encamped immediately opposite Fort Craig, with the hopes of starving them out, as it is impossible to attack them with his present force without being defeated. Baylor does not intend to venture an attack. Our informant tells us that they had an engagement at Fort Fillmore, and the Confederates took eighty-four prisoners; the particulars of the killed and wounded lled and wounded he was not positive about, but from what he saw, thinks we had twelve killed. Regarding Kit Carson, he reports him as being a Lieutenant under Baylor, in the service of the Confederate States.--Shreveport (La.) News, 31st ult.