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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 Vallandigham Demanded. From the Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 25th inst., our Fredericksburg correspondent compiles the following interesting, but unreliable intelligence. It will be seen that the Northern dates from Vicksburg are to the 20th of the present month, whilst our own dates from the same quarter are to the 26th. Ospatch from Cleveland, Ohio, the 24th, stating that the Stars and Stripes were floating over Vicksburg, and the victory is complete. This dispatch was from the Manager of the telegraph at Memphis. Bragg is reported as fearing an attack by Rosecrans. His whole position at Horse Mountain is strongly fortified. Reports say Price is advancing towards the Mississippi river, and has crossed the Arkansas. Marmaduke had joined him. A position is circulating in Ohio declaring that the
Rosecrans's army. --A correspondent of the Chattanooga Rebel has got information from a person just from Nashville. This person states' that Rosecrans "practiced a handsome deception on the citizens for weeks, by stealthily marching troops in various directions towards Kentucky during the night, and marching them to the city in the day time, with an air of weariness and a parade of transportation, by constantly shifting encampments, to induce the belief that he was being heavily reinforcRosecrans "practiced a handsome deception on the citizens for weeks, by stealthily marching troops in various directions towards Kentucky during the night, and marching them to the city in the day time, with an air of weariness and a parade of transportation, by constantly shifting encampments, to induce the belief that he was being heavily reinforced. This ruse succeeded like a charm, and gave birth to the many extravagant rumors of troops pouring into Nashville. Upon careful inquiry my informant was confident that in addition to the accessions of small parties of stragglers, the army at Nashville had received only one body of reinforcements known as Cox's division. The strength of this did not exceed an ordinary brigade."