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The situation at Vicksburg. A letter to the Mobile Tribune from Tennessee gives some statements relative to the position of affairs at Vicksburg, which we give for what they are worth. The correspondent says: I have been put in possession of some most cheering and authentic information, which clears up the horizon all around, and will be most consoling to the faint hearted croakers of the Confederacy, as well as quieting the solicitude for Gen. Johnston. From an irrefutable authority I learn that not a single man of Rosecrans's army of the Cumberland has left to reinforce Grant. Since the battle of Murfreesboro' Rosecrans has been reinforced by not exceeding 15,000 men, consequently, estimating his losses at that low figure, his present force does not exceed his original number of 55,000 men. Grant's force, before the attack upon Vicksburg commenced, was about 60,000 men. He left some 10,000 at Milliken's Bend to guard his stores which were in warehouses, but chief