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s been revoked, and instead General Hodge levies a tax of sixty dollars per bale on all cotton taken to the bank of the Mississippi river. The Natchez Courier of the 13th mentions the arrival of eight or ten rebel deserters from Alexandria, Louisiana, who report a small rebel force at that place, fortifying in expectation of another Federal expedition. Shreveport has been made very strong, and has a garrison of four hundred or five hundred men. Hainson has a regiment of troops at Trinity. These deserters were of the opinion that Northern Louisiana could easily be brought under Federal rule. Vicksburg papers say that from sixty to one hundred lives were lost, mostly of New York regiments (numbers not given), by the collision of the steamers Mars, Dickey and La Reine. The former boats were seriously damaged. There is no change in the New Orleans markets. The steamer Glendale has arrived from Memphis with Major-General Gillmore and staff. Recruiting rathe