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ve news from New Orleans to the 11th inst. It was reported there that two of our blockading vessels had been captured by the rebels off The army of Gen. Banks was at Alexandria on the 4th inst. Vigorous efforts were then making to clear the river suns to admit the downward passage of the gunboats then above the falls. The army was in excellent spirits, in good fighting condition, and had thirty days rations. Dispatches from Cairo report the blockade of the Red, the White, and the Arkansas rivers, below Little Rock, completed. Advices from Little Rock to the 10th report Gen. Price retreating towards Camden. The rebels acknowledge a loss of two thousand the late action with Gen. Steels on Sanine river. The property renewal of hostilities by Gen. Grant--Butler — Sigel. Everything that relate to the operations of our armies has the most favorable appearance. As the roads were rapidly improving at the last accounts from Gen. Grant it is probable that he has before t