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The Daily Dispatch: July 29, 1862., [Electronic resource], Later from the
Later from the North. the siege of Vicksburg abandoned — death of Ex-President Van-Buren — from McClellan's army — a dangerous lady, &c. We have received New York and Philadelphia papers to the 25th inst. The siege of Vicksburg is announced in Washington dispatches to have been given up, and the reason alleged is, that the army in the West could not "spare the troops to make the attack by land." Senator Jim Lane, of Kansas, is engaged in that State raising white and black regiments. Ex- President Van Buren died at Kinderhook on the 24th inst. There are only three ex-Presidents of the United States now alive. They are Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, and James Buchanan. The army of the Potomac. There is little from McClellan's army. The only thing approaching news is the following paragraph from a letter dated Harrison's Landing, July 22d: This morning early assembled for review the able, efficient, brave, and hard-working corps, commanded by that<