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The Victory in Trains-Mississippi. Mobile April 20. --Western dispatches report a battle at Mansfield, La., in which Banks was defeated with a loss of 8,000.--Gen. Smith captured 35 guns, 200 wagons, and 2,000 prisoners. The Federals admit a defeat. Gens. Monton and Polignac were severely wounded. Steele is surrounded on the Little Missouri, awaiting reinforcements.
From the Southwest. Dalton, April 20. --It is generally believed that the enemy is concentrating his forces at Ringgold and Cleveland, and that before long warm work may be expected. The lines have been rigidly guarded recently, and but little is known of his movements. The weather is clear and pleasant, and the roads are once more in good condition.
Dash on Port Hudson. Mobile, April 20. --Col. Powers, with two hundred men, dashed into Port Hudson on the 7th, captured one gun and took eighteen prisoners. The Yankees admit a loss of ninety. Col. Powers lost three wounded.
From Northern Virginia. Orange C. H., April 20. --The enemy have been busy for several days with reviews and inspections. There is no truth in the rumor that the enemy is falling back to Centreville. All quiet in front.