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hat the Northern people are very much dissatisfied with the courts of the Government in withholding the news from Vicksburg. A late issue of the Herald, it is said, confesses that Vicksburg can never be carried by assault, but that it can and will be taken by a protracted siege. Young Compton, who was to have been executed at Fort McHenry last Friday, upon the charge of being a rebel spy, has been pardoned by Lincoln. The Court-Martial in the case of Gen. Corcoran, for shooting Col. Kimball, has concluded its investigation. The result is a justification of the murder. The Secretary of War, on Thursday, ordered that all rebel officers out on parole be placed under close arrest, and no more paroles are to be granted until further orders. Alexander Spence, of Norfolk, for breaking into a store and robbing it, and then setting it on fire, is sentenced to be hung, when the day shall be fixed by Gen. Dix. By this fire the whole of Newton's Block was destroyed.