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Additional from the North. From our files of Northern papers, of the 10th, we make up some interesting intelligence, which we give below: The position at Vicksburg. A correspondent of the New York World, writing from near Vicksburg, June 2d, gives the following explanation of how things stand with the Federal: I. Vicksburg is not in our possession. II. It is closely invested, our lines of siege being within two and a half miles of the centre of the town. Our-pickets are behind trenches, and our riflemen in pits at a distance of from two hundred to five hundred yards of the enemy's line of defensive works. The enemy can hold no communication with the outside forces. He is closely and securely hommed in. III. Only one partial attempt has been made to storm the works, which resulted in a repulse, with a loss to us of eight hundred in killed and wounded. This attempt was made by a portion of McClernand's corps on the left or lower side of the city. This w