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the torch had his hand torn off by the shell. It was a magnificent shot. After this the rebels were seen running into the fort. The guns were brought to bear upon it and a cannonading kept up for about three hours, at short intervale, during which time many excellent shots were made. The rebels, concluding they had caught a Tartar left without returning the salutation. The New Orleans Delta--its Conductors. A letter from New Orleans to the New York Times, gives a history of the Delia under Yankee management. It seems Yankee editors, with guards at the office door to protect them, can be very impudent when they have the opportunity. --The letter says: The editors of the John Clark, formerly of the Boston Courtier, Col. E. M. Brown, formerly of the Woodstock, & Vt., Age, and Major Joseph M. Bell, the able Provost Judge. Captain Clark is the chief and fighting editor. On the night before the revival of the Delta under the new regime, Captain Clark found a burly man