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The latest.Northern accounts of affairs in Mississippi. the sentence of Vallandigham — immense anti-administration meeting in New York Petersburg, May 21. --The flag of truce boat which arrived at City Point to-day brings the New York Herald of the 19th, from which the following summary is compiled: From the Southwest. A dispatch, dated Cairo, 18th instant, says that the latest accounts from General Grant, through Federal channels, are to the 18th instant. Generals Logan and Osterhans were moving towards Jackson, driving the rebel, Bowen, with a reported force of 15,000, before them, while General Grant was marching upon Black river, expecting to engage General Pemberton at the bridge over that stream. Pemberton's force is estimated at 50,000, and he is said to be strongly entrenched near the bridge. A great battle there is imminent.--The health of the Yankee army is described as "superb." Private advices received at Washington state that arra