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Progress of affairs at the South From our latest Southern exchanges we make up the following summary of news: Lincoln's Cruisers in the rule — full particulars of the capture of the "Anna"--experience of the Baltic — probable capture of the Jeff. Davis or P. C. Wallis. We have recently published a telegraph of the capture of a steamer, supposed to be the Jeff. Davis or Wallis, plying in the lake trade between Mobile and New Orleans, by one of Lincoln's gun-boats. The Haltic, Capt. J. M. Walker, has arrived at Mobile from Pascagoula, confirming this report, and bringing some highly interesting intelligence. The following graphic statement of Mr. R. B. Flolley, clerk of the Baltic, we take from the Mobile Evening News: Steamer Baltic, off Pascagoula, November 28, 1861. The steamer Baltic, Capt. Walker, left Mobile this morning at 9 ½ o'clock for New Orleans; arrived at Grant's Pass at 6 o'clock, where we met the steamer Grey Cloud: inquired on board if the