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[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch]the Virginians at Vicksburg. Mobile, June 28 --Captain Connell, who came out of Vicksburg on the 17th has arrived here. He gives the following information about some of the Virginians in Vicksburg. He saw all mentioned on the day he left: Gen. Baldwin is wounded slightly. Gen. Stephen Lee is well. He lost three horses under him in the action of Wednesday. Maj. Walkins and brother, from Lewisburg, are well. Gen Reynolds and staff all well.--Young Leftwich, Gregory, and D. Morrie, of Lynchburg, well. Major Mayo, of Richmond, well.
From Port Hudson. Osyka, June 27. --We have had a copious rain here. A courier from Gen. Loring reports nothing new from Port Hudson. A gentleman from New Orleans says it is reported that the Federal lost 5,000 in the fight at Port Hudson last Friday. A private letter from New Orleans reports the yellow fever prevailing there. [second Dispatch] Osyka, June 27. --Heavy firing was heard at Port Hudson last night. No particulars received. [third Dispatch.] Osyka, June 28 h. --A gentleman from Clinton reports that Lyons is on the alert for marauders. He keeps Grierson in check. Banks and the fleet are still "pegging away at Port Hudson."
Skirmishing in Tennessee. Atlanta, June 28. --Advices from Tennessee state that the enemy advanced in force on Wednesday to Hooper's Gap, fifteen miles from Shelbyville, where they were met by the 1st Georgia regiment. A skirmish ensued. after which the enemy took possession of Liberty Gap. A general engagement is not expected. The weather is stormy. There have been heavy rains for five days.