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ol. Scurry commanding, had his man posted in the canton through which the Federals were compelled to pass to communicate with Fort Craig. About six hundred of the enemy were killed and wounded, and less than 100 of Scurry's men — among whom however, were Majors Kaguct and Shropabire killed and Lieutenant. Col. Sutton mortally wounded. Gen, Sibley's A. D. C., Capt. Ochlitree, who was bearer of dispatches from Gen. Sibley, reported to our informant that the result of the battle at Glorietta would be the surrender of Fort-Craig to our forces, and the occupation of all New Mexico and Arizona by the Confederates. [Some further mention of this battle will be found under the telegraphic head. Badgas of honor for Beauregard's troops — an Inspiring order. The following is the order recently issued by Gen. Beauregard, to which allusion has been made heretofore: Headquarters Western Department,Corinte, Miss.,may 18th, 1862. To do full justice to the private sol
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From the Southwest. the Capital of Louisiana--Confederate currency in New Orleans — battle of Glorietta. Augusta, May 22. --The Vicksburg Waig, of the 21st, says that Baton Rouge is still in our possession. It is stated that the foreign Consuls at New Orleans have protected against the suppression of the Confederate currency, and that the English and French owners of cotton burnt at New Orleans were making out bills against the Federal Government for their loss. e Confederate currency, and that the English and French owners of cotton burnt at New Orleans were making out bills against the Federal Government for their loss. The Houston (Texas) Telegraph, of the 7th, contains the particulars of a battle at Glorietta. The Courier says that the enemy left five hundred killed and wounded on the field, and lost besides two hundred. The Confederate loss was sixty- eight killed and wounded, including Major Requet, Capt. Huckhaltz and Major Shropshire.