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Latest from Vicksburg. The Mississippian has intelligence from Vicksburg to the 3d inst. The report, published a short time since, relative to the arrival of numerous transports with Yankee soldiers, is contradicted. No troops had arrived there, except three negro regiments from Milliken's Bend. There had been but one or two boat arrivals per week for some time, the Yankees being afraid, on account of our guerillas, to attempt a frequent navigation of the river above or below. The citizens had earned that the city would be garrisoned by negro regiments the coming winter, and were apprehending a perfect reign of terror. The military commission appointed by Gen. Grant to meet on the 1st October, or as soon there after as practicable, for the purpose of examining into the claims of owners of property in the city — In other words, to require the citizens to take the oath of allegiance to the Lincoln Government — had not met, but it was thought would do so on the 4th inst. Th