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Incidents of Vicksburgh, Miss. Johnson's plantation, near Vicksburgh, January 2, 1863. I have given you an account of the action whVicksburgh, January 2, 1863. I have given you an account of the action which occurred on the twenty-ninth day of December, and of its results. But two divisions — those of Morgan's and Steele's — were generally and
e advantage to us. From certain points on the new line thus made, Vicksburgh could be seen.
The movements of the rebel troops in the city, and some portions of Vicksburgh, were clearly and fairly in view.
It was tempting to look straight in upon the beleaguered city, and still know versation was opened by our pickets, by asking: How far it was to Vicksburgh?
Rebel Picket--So far that you'll never git thar.
Federal-- hat Memphis had been retaken, and that the Yankees would not take Vicksburgh till hell froze over.
A thousand questions were asked, and all a be able to return to his command in a few days.
We are not in Vicksburgh yet. A change has been made in the programme.
Instead of stormin