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federates after the capitulation. The Northern papers at last give us the official correspondence which took place at the surrender of Vicksburg. We give it with some additional particulars of the scenes attending the capitulation: Gen Pemberton to Gen. Grant. Headquarters, Vicksburg; July 3, 1863. Major Gen. Grant, Commanding U. States Forces. General — I have the honor to propose to you an armistice for — hours, with a view to arranging terms for the capitulation of Vicksbuin his ultimatum in writing, to which Gen. Pemberton promised to reply before night, hostilities to cease in the meantime. Gen. Grant then conferred at his headquarters with corps and division commanders, and sent the following letter to Gen Pemberton, by the hand of Gen. Legan and Lieut. Col. Wilson. General Grant's ultimatum. Headquarters, Dep't of Tennessee, Near Vicksburg, July 3. 1863. Lieutenant General J. C. Pemberton, Commanding Confederate Forces, Vicksburg, Mississippi: