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after him. This would seem to place him in no very hazardous position, particularly as we are assured that Vicksburg is well supplied with provisions. The dispatch of Gen. Johnston is dated Monday, May 18th, at camp between Brownsville and Livingston. Brownsville is a village in Hinds county, twenty miles northwest of Jackson, and Livingston is a village in Madison county, twenty miles north by west from Jackson. Edwards's Depot, where the battle of Saturday was fought, is on the VicksbuLivingston is a village in Madison county, twenty miles north by west from Jackson. Edwards's Depot, where the battle of Saturday was fought, is on the Vicksburg and Jackson Railroad from twenty-two to twenty-five miles west of Jackson, and nearly midway between the latter point and Vicksburg. The mention made of Gen. Loring's position in the dispatch published yesterday is difficult to understand. It says he was "on the left, (which we understand to be in the line of battle of Saturday,) was cut off, but cut his way through to Crystal Springs, twenty-five miles south of Jackson." What his loss was is unknown, or what damage he inflicted upon