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that the offer was refused. The tone of Southern journals in regard to Vicksburg is not very cheerful, though a little more confident than it was a few days ago, Bragg and Rosecrans, they say, are probably both sending off reinforcements to Pemberton and Grant. A rebel admission that Bragg was sending his troops towards VicksburBragg was sending his troops towards Vicksburg. Richmond papers, of the 25th, have been received. The news from Vicksburg, by way of Memphis, is almost invariably later than in the Richmond papers. The number of rebels at Vicksburg is between 25,000 and 30,000. A special dispatch from Cairo, through Chicago, May 27th, says: On Thursday the rebel batteries on the hayor has not ordered a single arrest. [This is fighting for the negro at the South and fighting with the negro at the North.] The general opinion is that Bragg will evacuate. The French had not abandoned the siege of Puebla on the 30th April, when they continued the bombardment, and were constructing ditches and mine