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te at Shreveport, which is to be the base of operations. The Federal transport City of Madison, freighted with ammunition for the expedition, was blown up on Wednesday, by the explosion of a box of powder in the hold, and nearly two hundred persons were killed. Sixty bodies were recovered on Thursday. A great deal of sickness prevails at Vicksburg. Ben. Johnson, the newly appointed Yankee postmaster, is dead. Banks, at New Orleans, has been ordered to pay over to the Yankee Government all moneys belonging to registered enemies of the Federal Government. The guerrillas are annoying the transports on the river below Greenville, Miss. Gen. Grant went up the river on Wednesday. Many citizens of Vicksburg, generally the lower classes, have taken the oath of allegiance to the United States Government, but it is not generally exacted. Nine of the heavy guns are mounted on the river front. Gen. Thomas is at Young's Point, organizing negro regiments.