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Glorious Confederate victory on the Mississippi river.the enemy's fleet Dispersed. The iron clad gunboat Arkansas has performed a splendid achievement on the Mississippi, near Vicksburg having attacked the enemy's fleet with impetuous gallantry, disabling and damaging several vessels, and sustaining comparatively slight injury herself. The Arkansas is a steamer of 1,200 tons. She was built at Memphis, but was removed from that point, in an unfinished condition, previous to the evacuation by our troops. She has since been completed in the Yazoo river. The following is a copy of an official dispatch received at the Navy Department yesterday morning. Vicksburg, Miss., July 15, 1862. To Hon. S. R. Mallory. We engaged to-day from six to eight A. M. with the enemy's fleet above Vicksburg, consisting of four or more iron clad vessels, two heavy sloops of war, four gunboats, and seven or eight rams. We drove, one iron clad vessel ashore, with colors down and disabled,