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and capture his bands. The capitulation of Port Hudson — official correspondence — terms of capitulationardner and Banks in reference to the surrender of Port Hudson, as follows: Headqr's Port Hudson, La., JuPort Hudson, La., July 7th, 1863. General: Having received information from your troops that Vicksburg has been surrendered, To Maj. Gen. Banks, Commd'g U. S. Forces, near Port Hudson. In reply to this communication Gen. Banks, ostilities to consider terms for the surrender of Port Hudson. After receiving this dispatch, Gen. Gardner transmitted the following note to Gen. Banks: Port Hudson, July 8th, 1863. General:--I have the honor totes forces under Major-General Banks the place of Port Hudson and its dependencies, with its garrison, armamento their respective owners. 4. The position of Port Hudson shall be occupied to-morrow, at 7 o'clock A. M., left extending in the direction of the village of Port Hudson. The arms and colors will be piled conveniently,
or to become a colony of France, with a French Primes for Govern- or. The Confederates have recovered all idea of requiring the Mississippi , and the Truns-Mississippi country, another foreign and Mr. visits to the Emperor and Foreign Secretary, lately, are said to be in connection with this new state of things on the Mississippi. They are for an alliance against the United States, with a view of securing, the one Mexico had the other the Mississippi Valley. The fall of Vicksburg and Port Hudson, they may, will throw Jeff. Davis and Napoleon into such other's arms — that will be the final blow which will precipitate an alliance that only hangs fire because the question of the Mississippi might by some hazard men, contrary to present expectations. It is this, they say, which makes Napoleon so lukewarm on the question of Poland; it is this which makes him continually say that Mexico is the big affair of the moment; it is this which requires so much activity in the Navy-Yards at th