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energy shown by the Confederates in Vicksburg.
short summary of the work accomplished before Vicksburg by the Navy.
surrender of Vicksburg, July 4, 1863.
meeting of the officers of the Army and Navy on board the flag-ship Black Hawk.
letters from General Sherman to Admiral Porter.
generous terms granted the ened fire the requiem of Vicksburg was sung by the shrieking shell, as they flew through the air carrying death and destruction all over the city.
On the 4th of July, 1863, that historic day was rendered more memorable by the surrender of Vicksburg to the Federal forces after a desperate but vain resistance, in which the Confedearted and gallant soldier, that no one can help feeling pleasure when he reads it, and it is here inserted.
Headquarters Expeditionary Army, Black River, July 4, 1863.
Dear Admiral — No event in my life could have given me more personal pride or pleasure than to have met you to-day on the wharf at Vicksburg — a Fourth of