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fight from daylight to 7 o'clock this morning, since which time all has been quiet. No particulars of the damage to citizens except negro stealing. The clothing and negroes, regardless of sex, was carried off by the Yankee force. Many of the citizen are left without a single servant. No damage was done to the railroad or telegraph. [Fourth Dispatch.] Clinton, July 4, (via Mobile, July 7th.) --The steamer Iago, loaded with cotton, was captured and burned by our troops in Arkansas river. All registered enemies remaining in New Orleans are ordered to report to the Provost. Marshal to be sent beyond the lines. Delegates have left New Orleans for the Chicago Convention. One hundred men, deserters from the Yankee army, have been arrested on their way to Mexico to join the Mexican army. Gen Canby is organizing a force of 3,000 men, either to reinforce Sherman or advance and threaten Mobile and Demopolis. The steamer Louisiana Bell, a Government trans