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Doc. 98.-the capture of Jackson. Jackson, Miss., July 17, 1863. The siege of Jackson, if such any mJackson, if such any may term it, was brought to a sudden termination about daylight this morning, by the discovery by our advance sk
the construction of a temporary bridge across the Pearl River.
The timbers for the purpose had all been framed been relaid.
The rebel works for the defence of Jackson consisted of a very formidable line of rifle-pits a Mobile and Ohio with the railroad running east from Jackson.
Here a stand can be made, or he can fall back on he old maps; it is about one hundred miles east of Jackson, and twenty from the Alabama line.
This is a virtu to the Mississippi Central and other roads north of Jackson.
If this report is true, they will probably be des removed his hospitals some two miles east of the Pearl River, where a very few of his own sick, and our wounde Hovey's right.
Lauman's right did not extend to Pearl River, as was reported, but simply extended the length