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Later from Vicksburg and Fort Hudson. A dispatch from Vicksburg, dated the 10th, says the Federal lines are contracting. Kirby Smith had come up the Wichita river, making demonstrations on the Louisiana side. The Confederates had made their appearance within four miles of Grant's army. The siege works are being pushed close to Vicksburg in several places, and another battle between the besiegers and besieged is not far off. The following is the latest telegram: Haines's Bluff, June 12.--No general attack from General Johnston is expected for some days. Firing is continued upon Vicksburg from all sides. There are no further demonstrations on the Louisiana side. Headq'rs, Walnut Bills, Vicksburg, June 12--Evening. The best information credits General Loring at Jackson, with 5,000 rebels; Gen. Walker at Yazoo City, with 5,000; and Gen. Johnston at Canton, with 15,000. These will be massed to attack Gen. Grant' rear; but he holds all the fords on the Black riv