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Affairs at Harrisburg bear a most quiet aspect, though the country people, with droves of horses and cattle, are marching into the city in large numbers. Preparations for defence are going on rapidly. Gen. Kuips had evacuated Carlisle, but at last accounts the rebels had not occupied the town. Much perplexity exists as to the exact route the rebels have taken. Early's division is at Gettysburg, and Rodes's division is at Chambersburg. Gen. Milroy has been superceded by Col. Peirce. The Herald publishes very interesting news from Port Hudson. A second assault was made on Port Hudson on the 14th inst. by the Union troops, and they were again disastrously repulsed. The loss of field officers was very large in killed and wounded, amounting to no less than five Colonels. The Federal, though repulsed, fought bravely. Gen. Banks has not force enough to accomplish what he so daringly attempts, and wants reinforcements. It was expected that another assault would b