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Vicksburg reduced. Grant's interview with Pemberton.--unconditional surrender again. thirty thowere obliged to yield. On the 3d of July, Pemberton, the rebel commander, proposed an armistice lined to appoint commissioners, and informed Pemberton that he could stop the further effusion of bers in front of the lines. When they met, Pemberton inquired, somewhat abruptly, what terms woul, replied Grant. If that is all, declared Pemberton, haughtily, then his conference may as well my would soon be at his mercy. But Bowen, Pemberton's subordinate, proposed that he and General e two officers conferred together, Grant and Pemberton paced to and fro, conversing. Pemberton, nePemberton, nervous and dispirited, though insolent in manner, plucked straws to gnash his teeth upon; while Grana man could be a great general. Stopping at Pemberton's headquarters, he dismounted, and alone entr guard nor officer receiving him. There sat Pemberton and his rebel officers, occupying all the se