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Late Northern news. From our files of Northern papers, of the 5th, we make up the following summary: A Splendid Yankee victory — the "First Crest of Hills" at Vicksburg captured. The Northern papers, of the 5th, publish dispatches from Gen. Sherman, dated the 27th, showing that his great expedition had stormed the Confederate works near Vicksburg with complete success. Here is the statement: Gen. Sherman debarked his forces on the left bank of the Yazoo river, ten miles above its mouth, and forming in line of battle advanced toward Vicksburg. After passing beyond the reach of the fire of the rebel gunboats, Gen. Sherman encountered the enemy in force. A terrific conflict ensued, lasting five hours. The enemy were driven back beyond two bayous that girt the rear of Vicksburg, and from their entrenched works on the hill by shells. On Saturday night the two armies lay on their arms with the two bayous intervening. During the night pontoons were constructed, notwi