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From the Trans Mississippi. --In the telegram published yesterday announcing the capture of one of Banks's couriers to Franklin, it should have read "Banks says hasten up, I am surrounded by rebel cavalry," and not that "Hasten was surrounded by rebel cavalry." The Mobile papers of Tuesday repeat the intelligence that Banks, with 40,600 men, had attacked the Confederates at a point on the Red river, below Shreveport, La., and had been entirely routed. The Yankee Surgeon General had telegraphed to Baton Rouge, acknowledging a complete defeat, and asking how many wounded could be accommodated in that city. A letter in the St. Louis Republican, dated March 15th, from Fort DcRussey, after its capture by the Yankees, shows what preparations had been made for this movement of Banks: To understand the importance of the great expedition up the Red river, it is necessary to review the military situation in the beginning of March. Sherman had returned to Vicksburg from his grand