Late headquarters of Lieutenant-General Pemberton, in the City of Vicksburgh, Anniversary Day, July 4.
I. A splendid victory.
Vicksburgh has fallen!
After forty-seven days of steady siege, thhat the reward of all our endeavors and hopes is rich and commensurate with the toil.
The Fourth of July.
The day is celebrated with all the internal warmth at least, that marks it as one of thee day, and was not finally concluded until nine o'clock the next morning, the ever-memorable Fourth of July. General Pemberton afterward came out and had a personal interview with Grant in front of Geat had been passed on this day, and it leaked out that a surrender was in contemplation.
Saturday, July 4.--It became known that the surrender had been made, and that the alleged cause was starvatiived; the preliminaries were not agreed upon, and the flag returned, firing commencing again.
July 4.--To-day the place and its contents was surrendered to the Federal authority — a sore stroke to