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From the South-side. Petersburg, July 5. --Gentlemen from below counted eighty vessels of all kinds at and below Berkeley yesterday. The usual wagon train, a great number of tents, and supplies for 30,000 men, were congregated there. There was heavy cannonading yesterday, back of Berkeley, from 12 to half past 1. Dense columns of smoke were seen arising. Subsequently the gunboat Monitor and another passed up above City Point, shelling the woods frequently as they progressed. The Tribune, of the 28th ult., has been received it states that the killed, wounded, and missing at the fight near Charleston was 688. Gen. Benham was placed under arrest for making the attack. He and his staff have reached New York. The fight caused a decline in stocks. Petersburg, July 6.--The Yankees have buried over 500 of their dead at Shirley, and left over 100 wounded, who fell into our hands. Our pickets now occupy Shirley. Nine more prisoners have been brought to Petersb
Affairs in Memphis. Jackson, Miss., (via Mobile,) July 5. --The Memphis Argus and Avalanche had both been suppressed — the former for asking Grant's permission to publish the Southern account of McClellan's defeat at Richmond, the latter for alleged incendiary sentiments published in their paper. The Confederate pickets are now within four miles of Memphis. Warm work is expected. Seventeen more of the enemy's pickets were found dead last Wednesday morning. The Northern papers, of the 30th ult., are perfectly silent on McClellan's "On to Richmond." Young Napoleon's defeat is not mentioned in any Yankee paper. A dispatch from Cairo states that two companies of Illinois cavalry, whilst going up the river from Memphis, mutinied and took possession of the steam boat. The cause is not assigned. They were arrested on their arrival at Cairo.
The War in the Southwest. Mobile, July 5. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser, dated Knoxville, 4th, says: Buell's forces, estimated at 30,000 strong, have all crossed the Tennessee. It is supposed that they may make a feint movement on Chattanooga to cover movements, by the way of North Alabama, on Rome, Ga. Foraging parties of the enemy are reported to have reached Will's Valley, above Shell Mound. The Federal forces, under Gen. Morgan, still hold Cumberland Gap. A sharp cavalry skirmish occurred at Clineh's Valley, Wednesday last. Several of the enemy are reported killed. Our loss was two wounded.
Bombardment of Vicksburg. Vicksburg, July 5. --The bombardment continues slowly, with but little effect on either side.