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men, two of them Colonels. The defeat of Banks in Louisiana. A Washington telegram says tthere, who given "a more deplorable account of Banks's disastrous campaign than any heretofore puble fruits of victory, when an order came from Gen Banks directing him to retreat with the rest of hi fall back he also refused to obey. Finally Gen Banks in person brought in a third order, and insiick, if only till an hour after sunrise; but Gen Banks was inexorable, and Gen Smith was obliged, w residue and all the other supplies. At Gen Banks's request that these should be given up to hould keep them for his own use. No General but Banks was blamed for the campaign. Stone is pronounns as to the character of the generalship of Gen Banks. The movements of the Federals in Northe was to be cooperative with the main one of Gen Banks, which had failed, there remained no course o transports and two of our small gunboats. Gen Banks was still at Alexandria. E. C Ingersol[1 more...]