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From the South. Our Southern exchanges furnish the following interesting intelligence: From Vicksburg — the shelling again commenced. The following items are from the Vicksburg Evening Citizen, of Friday: Yesterday morning the Federal ram, Monarch, and the gunboat Luther No. 3, went up the Yazoo river. At 3 o'clock in the evening one or two others were seen going up. Our preparations in that quarter are ample to meet and repel the enemy. Yesterday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, the enemy's mortar boats below here opened fire upon our batteries. They were laying off near the Louisiana shore, and it is also supposed that they have a land battery of two guns on shore near Mr. Burney's place. They kept up a vigorous bombardment for three hours, and averaged about one shell a minute. At first their aim was directed at our batteries, but afterwards they commenced throwing, their shells indiscriminately in every direction, nearly all falling short. Some came withi