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Louisiana victory. --The Mobile Advertiser, of the 9th inst., has the subjoined paragraph, which is probably the foundation from which grew the story about Gen. Taylor having captured six thousand prisoners at Donaldsonville, La: We learn that a bearer of dispatches from Gen. Taylor to the Government at Richmond arrived hGen. Taylor to the Government at Richmond arrived here yesterday. We are informed that he reports that a battle had taken place at Donaldsonville, on the 13th ult, between a portion of the forces of Taylor and Banks — the former with seven hundred and the latter one thousand men. Our forces won a victory, and captured five hundred prisoners. No battle to the extent that has been ts that a battle had taken place at Donaldsonville, on the 13th ult, between a portion of the forces of Taylor and Banks — the former with seven hundred and the latter one thousand men. Our forces won a victory, and captured five hundred prisoners. No battle to the extent that has been rumored has occurred within his knowledg
From the Trans--Mississippi. A gentleman who left Gen. Taylor's headquarters, on the other side of the Mississippi, on the 25th ult, informs the Mobile Advertiser that our troops hold undisputed sway of all those late conquests in Louisiana west of the Mississippi. They, as well as the people, are in fine spirits, undepresseo hold their own, but at the proper time to help us on this side the river. Gen. Magruder is fortifying at Sabine Pass, and ready to cooperate with Kirby Smith. Taylor is securing his conquests and is zealously supported by the planters, who, when Banks overrun the country, were ready to give up and take the oath. Banks scoutedrun the country, were ready to give up and take the oath. Banks scouted at their oaths and took their property. They are now fighting men and war men to the bitter end. Our informant believes that our combined forces under Price, Walker, and Taylor — Kirby Smith commanding the whole — will reach 50,000 men, and are increasin