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orcements, which were coming to his support from various points along the Mississippi, from Member to Baton Rouge. Pemberton has drawn every available man from Mobile, Charleston and Savannah. Grant will prevent any possible concentration of troops to save Vicksburg. Grierson's raid has weakened Pemberton. Now, the Herald says, is the time for another advance of Hooker's army; for another attack upon Charleston and Savannah; for a land reconnaissance around Mobile, and an advance by Burnside into East Tennessee, and for active work on the part of Rosecrans. Gold 150; Exchange 165. Col. Grierson's two cavalry regiments cut their way through the enemy's country, captured over 1,000 men and near 1,200 horses, and destroyed $4,000,000 in property, destroyed a camp of instruction, cutting the Great Northern and New Orleans and Jackson Railroad, destroying cars, telegraph wires, water tanks, and army stores, arriving at Baton Rouge on the 1st. Col. G. was received with grea
cting to engage General Pemberton at the bridge over that stream. Pemberton's force is estimated at 50,000, and he is said to be strongly entrenched near the bridge. A great battle there is imminent.--The health of the Yankee army is described as "superb." Private advices received at Washington state that arrangements for the reduction of Vicksburg and the capture of the rebel army are so complete that it cannot much longer hold out. Vallandigham to Resent to Fort Warren Burnside's order recites the proceedings of the Vallandigham Court Martial, the finding of which is a sentence to close confinement, during the war, in some fortress to be selected by the commander of the department. The order names Fort Warren as the place of confinement. Great Democratic meeting in New York. An immense mass meeting was held in Union Square. New York, on Monday evening, under the auspices of the Democratic Union Association, to protest against the recent arbitrary acts of