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ton. critical opportunity of the campaign. Pemberton refuses to use it, and disregards Johnston'sns inactive, and is cut off in the retreat. Pemberton's New position upon the Big Black. its stre, not, perhaps, that he cared especially for Pemberton, but because his own vanity was so exacting near the mouth of the Big Black River. Gen. Pemberton, who appeared to have been at last arousedrtillery. On the following day, 17th May, Pemberton's shattered and demoralized forces had takenbe said to have been virtually decided, when Pemberton was driven into it, and the lines of the ene disaster at Baker's Creek, he despatched to Pemberton: If Haynes's Bluff be untenable, Vicksburg iLee on the right. The centre was held by Gens. Pemberton, Smith, and Forney. As these dispositionnemy about the 7th. On the Fourth of July Pemberton surrendered Vicksburg. The explanation has buded until nine o'clock the next morning. Gen. Pemberton afterwards came out, and had a personal in[43 more...]