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Vicksburg. The siege of Vicksburg is still going on — a fact which leads us to doubt the accuracy of our telegram from Jackson, stating the enemy's loss to have reached thirty thousand. That they have been severely punished, however, is evident, not only from all the information we have, but also from the withholding of late Northern papers at City Point. Gen. Pemberton's defiant reply to Grant's summons is doubtless the only foundation for the story so extensively circulated at the North, that Pemberton had proposed a conditional surrender of the place. The investment of Port Hudson by the forces under Banks is not likely to last very long, as he will very shortly be placed on the defensive, and probably be compelled to fall back to New Orleans.
in its application to Southern soldiers, but the history of this war demonstrates its applicability to Banks and his brother myrmidons. The manner in which the Yankees made tracks from Manassas, and the fleetness of foot displayed by Banks when Jackson thundered after him in the Valley, is evidence enough that the valor of those men was not "natural." But that it might be "acquired" under certain circumstances is illustrated by the ferocious order with which the same men make war upon women and by Banks when Jackson thundered after him in the Valley, is evidence enough that the valor of those men was not "natural." But that it might be "acquired" under certain circumstances is illustrated by the ferocious order with which the same men make war upon women and children. Let no man, however worthlessly destitute of name, ever despair of becoming a hero after the cowardice with which Banks fled from Jackson, and the superhuman valor with which he now chases refugees from New Orleans.
Yankee rejoicing --Advices from New Orleans to the 16th instant represent the Yankees as rejoicing with incontinent joy over the report that Hooker had discomfited Lee, and was pressing forward his triumphant army for Richmond. The delightful telegram that so moved the Yankee heart with tumultuous joy declares that Lee was entirely defeated, and that Jackson lost 18,000 of the 20,000 he carried into the fight.
Latest from Vicksburg. Grant Demands a surrender — Pemberton's defiant haply — the Federal Lessees. Jackson, June 1--General Grant demanded the surrender of Vicksburg on Thursday, giving three days to Gen'l Pemberton to consider the demand Gen'l Pemberton replied that he did not want fifteen minutes, and that his troops would die in the trenches before they would surrender. The Federal troops are demoralized, and refused to renew the attack on Saturday. The enemy's gunboats are firing hot shot at the city. The Federal loss is estimated at twenty-five to thirty thousand, including Generals Kerr, Lay, Bubridge, Bonan, and one other. Por. Hudson is investe
A negro calling has self John Jackson, halling from Amherst county having a horse in his possession was arrested near this place Ma. 24th. He had a certificate signed by W M or 12 Turner. The negro subsequently made his escape. The horse is yet in my possession. The owner, after proving property and paying charges can take it away. W. T. Reynold je 1--5t Regitigilo — Albemarle co