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7. --But little more is known of the fall of Vicksburg. Officers who have come out say that had Gen. Johnston reached there twelve days sooner he could not have relieved the garrison, as they could not muster over 7,000 men for duty. Many of the citizens were leaving with their families, negroes, stock, &c. The proprietors of the Mississippian are packing up their effects, type, &c., preparatory to leaving. [Third Dispatch] Jackson, July 8. --Col. Montgomery, Aid to Gen. Pemberton, with 200 mounted men, arrived here to-day. Gen. Green and Col. Irving, of Missouri, were killed by the enemy's sharpshooters. Gen. Grant sent ten thousand men back, and about the same number to attack General Price. Grant's force was near 100,000. He command in person the forces which are marching on Jackson. [Fourth Dispatch.] Jackson, July 8. --Everything here is in the wildest state of excitement. Citizens are flying in every direction, and the streets a
demonstration of sympathy for their cause would be followed by the severest penalties. On the Sunday previous, Stuart was reported by the Sun to have been within six miles of Washington city, in Montgomery Co., where he captured 1,200 mules, come 100 prisoners, and some arms. The same paper states that he levied a tax of $350,000 upon the city of York, giving twenty days time in which to pay. Some $10,000 had been collected by the citizens. The Sun, of the 2d given information that Pemberton attacked Grant at Vicksburg and defeated him, and that Grant endeavored to escape, when Johnston fell upon him and out his army to pieces. The Sun says that Banks has arrived at New Orleans from Port Hudson with only 5,000 men the remnant of his army. I have seen neither of the papers, but gather my information from those who have real them. It is reported here to day that on yesterday ten of imboden's cavalry went into Mercersburg, Pa., and whilst quietly riding through the streets
g the siege of Vicksburg, up to Friday morning, June 26th, at which time he left there with Gen. Pemberton's pass to visit little Rock. We fell back to Vicksburg Sunday evening May 17th --Tey are hauled and thrown into the river every night. June 10.--Had a fine rain to-day. Gen. Pemberton has pressed all the tobacco in store and in the hands of wholesale dealers, and is issuing t 4 to 10 o'clock A. M., was the heaviest that we had during the siege. June 25.--I have Gen. Pemberton's pass, and shall leave the city to morrow morning.--Sharpshooting and cannonading have beenr ability to hold Vicksburg against any force that may be brought against it. They say that if Pemberton will manage the provisions they will hold the ditches. having become an accustomed to them, twill ask them where is Hunchback, (meaning Gen. Grant.) they then will inquire now they like Gen. Pemberton--how our boys will reply by asking how they like Fighting Joe Heeker? Our boys frequently a