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e says that the Medical Director estimates the number of wounded in the hospitals at 5,500, and the killed at 1,000. The Cumberland and other rivers were rising rapidly. The Memphis Bulletin says that Vicksburg surrendered to Gen. Sherman after five days fighting. He was reinforced Sunday night by 9,000 men from Grant's army. The whole Union force at Vicksburg is estimated at 40,000. [No dates are given in the above. We have good reason to believe that it is not true.] Banks and Farragut were hourly expected. The Herald has additional particulars of the fight on Thursday between Gens. Sullivan and Forrest. The fight lasted all day — the rebels fleeing with the loss of 1,400 killed, 350 horses, 1,000 stand of arms, and six guns, Sullivan's loss was 600. (?) A bill has been introduced in the Yankee Congress, authorising it issued of $300,000 more of Treasury notes, and recommended the additional issue of $300,000,000 six per cents, redeemable in on
as sent in asking permission to bury their dead. This was a most glorious and decisive victory, fought, as it was, by a force of nearly three to one. Gen. Banks's emancipation proclamation in New Orleans. General Banks gave New Orleans a Christmas sensation in the way of an emancipation proclamation, after the style General Banks gave New Orleans a Christmas sensation in the way of an emancipation proclamation, after the style of Abraham 1st. The following is the document: Headq's Department of the Gulf.New Orleans, dec. 24, 1862. To the People of Louisiana: In order to correct public misapprehension and misrepresentation, for the instruction of the troops of this department, and the information of all parties in interest, official publicatof this last great trial, and become a nation — a grand nation — with sense enough to govern ourselves and strength enough to stand against the world united. N. P. Banks, Major General Commanding. A "Herald" opinion about French intervention — Fears of France going it alone. There is evidently some alarm among the Ya<