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s special dispatch says that up to the 20th Grant had fought five battles, captured 64 guns and 2,400 prisoners. The Assistant Manager of the Telegraph at Memphis telegraphed, on 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 of prisoners, and 57 pieces of artillery. The battle was still raging, with every prospect of capturing the entire force in Vicksburg. Col. J H Rawles, A. A. G. telegraphed from the rear of Vicksburg on the 20th that the army landed at Bruisburg on the 30th of April; fought the rebels, under Boomer, at Part Gibson on the 1st of May, killing, wounding, and capturing at least 1,500 prisoners, and taking live pieces of artillery; on the 12th, at Raymond, the rebels were defeated with a less of 800; on the 14th Johnson was defeated and Jackson captured, with a loss to the enemy of 400, besides immense amounts of stores and manufactures, and 17