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the city, and the scene partook more of the appearance of a Fourth of July evening than of any other occasion. The occasion will long be remembered by the citizens of Philadelphia. A dispatch to the New York Tribune, dated near Vicksburg, July 3d says: At 8 this morning flags of truce appeared before A. J. Smith's front, when Major-Gen. Bowen and Col. Montgomery were led blindfolded into our lines. They bore a communication from Gen. Pemberton of the following purport: "Althing from the battle field of Gettysburg, on the 6th inst., gives the following particulars of the death of Gen. Barksdale: Lieut. Col. Chas. E. Livingston, of New York, A. I. G. on Major General Doubleday's staff, on the night of Thursday, July 3, went out in the extreme front to discover if possible the body, he having been informed by a prisoner of the locality where Barksdale was shot. The spot was about a quarter of a mile in advance of our pickets, and Col. Livingston, with his smal