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Pennsylvania cavalry are at Bernard's Mill. There are five cavalry regiments near Portsmouth--11th Penn, 5th Penn, 5th N. Y, 1st N. Y, (Dodge's,) and 20th N. Y. Gen Smith, recently sent to Butler, takes command of this force, and his headquarters are at the farm of Col S. M. Wilson. From the Trans-Mississippi Department. e Trans- Mississippi Department, obtained from a gentleman just from New Orleans. The battle at Fort De. Russey, between Major Trogean of our forces, and Brigadier General Smith, commanding a part of Sherman's army, lasted four hours. The exact number of killed, wounded, and missing is not known, but our informant says that seven Connecticut, Massachusetts, renegade Louisianan, and negro regiments, were sent to Baton Rouge. Four steamboat loads of Northwestern men were sent to Cairo. General Smith, in his report, says that "the Confederate loss is very light," but that "our (the Federal) loss is very heavy, which is always the case with the assaulting pa