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was in vigorous pursuit, the infantry following them. General Blunt had command of the volunteer force on the left, and General Detasler that in the centre, composed of militia, who behaved gallantly. The Second Colorado Volunteers, Colonel Ford, in the thickest of the fight made several brilliant charges. General Detseler, Governor Kearney and General Curtis were constantly with the advance. Our loss was not heavy; that of the rebels, from the number of dead and wounded left the Mexican General Corrinas, tired of being a patriot and adhering to the republican cause, has surrendered himself and his forces to the imperialist, and accepted a Brigadier-General's commission from Maximilian.--General Drayton has succeeded Ford in Command of the rebel troops at Brownsville. General fluribut, commanding the Department of the Gulf, has issued an order regulating plantation labor. More of the "rebel" Vermont raiders. Further developments relative to the raid from