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believe that he will attempt an assault until he shall have pushed his works close up to those of the besieged, and that will require time which may bring in its train a number of incidents to put a new face upon the state of affairs. The sickly season will come on within a few weeks, and Joe Johnston is night at hand, with an army already powerful, and every day increasing. All depends upon the steadiness of the commander is Vicksburg, and, in spite of the ill-founded prejudices against Pemberton he has proved himself to be eminently brave and steadfast. As for the reports in the Yankee newspapers we have long since learned to estimate them at their true value, as we have, likewise, those that come to us from Mobile. We do not believe that the Yankees will ever take Vicksburg. But should they succeed in taking both that place and Port Hudson they will by no means have opened the navigation of the Mississippi. As long as we have a single battery of light field pieces left it wil