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Yankee Reports from Vicksburg. The operations of Grant's force in Mississippi--from the armies of Bragg and Rosecrans — the unconditional release of Vallpatch from the rear of Vicksburg, dated the 20th, to the Secretary of War, says Grant won a great victory over Pemberton at baker's Creek, on the Vicksburg and Jacks having cut the town off from Haines's Bluff, abandoned by the enemy, and which Grant will occupy Steele won and holds the enemy's water batteries. Sherman's corps 20,000 men in town. The Herald's special dispatch says that up to the 20th Grant had fought five battles, captured 64 guns and 2,400 prisoners. The Assista the 23d, that official information from below to Wednesday had been received. Grant had captured Haines's Bluff and the entire works of Vicksburg, a large number o men in Vicksburg; that Pemberton lost nearly all his field artillery, and that Grant has probably captured nearly all of the enemy. The cannonading ceased at Vicks
Yankee pictures of Mississippi. --A correspondent of the New York Tribune, who accompanied Grant's army regiment upon Grand Gulf and Vicksburg, gives some of the incidents of the expedition. He has quite a fancy for scenery and fine houses. He dates from Judge Perkins's plantation, which he describes as opposite that of President Davis's, which was long ago desolated by the hands of the barbarian. The writer says: A hunter in the jungles of India mysterious central forests of A more effectually removed from home ization than we of the Mississippi Vicksburg and Port Hudson. Five miles above, the princely mansion of Mr. James, with its colonnades and cupola, is visible far along the river. Immediately on the shore is the former home of Mr.--Perkins, now one of the rebel Congressmen. Upon the news of the capture of New Orleans, he see fire to his house with his own hand. Already, glimpses of its ruin seen through "immemorial elms," furnish a rare picture of ant