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h. The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 25th, has been received to-day. An official dispatch from the rear of Vicksburg, dated the 20th, to the Secretary of War, says Grant won a great victory over Pemberton at baker's Creek, on the Vicksburg and Jackson road, on the 16th. The rebels occupied a most formidable position, and had about 25,000 men. The battle lasted from 11 o'clock until 4 P. M. Hoovey's division having lost 1,000 men was succeeded by Boomer's and Holmes's brigades, of Crocker's division.--Boomer lost 500 men. The rebels' direct retreat having been cut off on the right, they were compelled to escaped by their right flank through the woods, Logan lost 400 killed and wounded. The Federals took about 2,000 prisoners. On the 17th another battle was fought at Big Black River Bridge, Pemberton losing 2,000 prisoners. McClernand's corps charged the rifle-pits and took more prisoners than their own numbers Pemberton burned the bridge and retreated towards Vicksburg,