munication with General Grant in the Rear of Vicksburg, and occupies Haines' Bluff.
midnight attac from Bruensburg, and was well on the way to Vicksburg, Admiral Porter changed his station from Grait should make its appearance in the rear of Vicksburg.
Two iron-clads were left at the mouth ofgeneral attack upon the Confederate works at Vicksburg at 10 A. M. the next day. He had closely inv was all over on the Union side, the city of Vicksburg was as quiet as the grave — not a soul could satisfied were the Confederate leaders that Vicksburg was the key to this great network of water wo we owe immediate thanks for the capture of Vicksburg; but the Army was much facilitated by the Nartaking.
The late investment and capture of Vicksburg will be characterized as one of the greatestun-boat expedition or in the trenches before Vicksburg, engineering, when the general-commanding asast year the key to the Mississippi has been Vicksburg, and so satisfied of this was the rebel chie