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The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs at Vicksburg--Gen. Pemberton. (search)
Another victory at Vicksburg. desperate Amanit on our work — Terrible repulse of Grant's army — heavy Lee of the Federal,&c. Jackson June 22. --On Saturday morning at 2 o'clock, the enemy made a furious assault upon our lines near Vicksburg. The action lasted until ten o'clock, ending in a complete rout certain that another great victory has been gained. Passengers from Grenada report that the Yankee raiders have gone back. [Second Dispatch] Jackson, June 22. --The special correspondent of the Mississippian estimates the loss of the enemy on Saturday at 10,000; also, that the enemy are throwing pontoons across td bridge and Baldwin's Ferry, near Warrenton. It is reported that our forces have taken possession of Union Bluff, on the Yezoo. [Third Dispatch] Jackson, June 22 --One of our scouts, just arrived from the interior of the enemy's lines, reports that they acknowledge their loss heavier than in any other assault. It is
nd a battery of artillery — in all three thousand men — attacked this city this morning. Col. Trigg, of the 54th Va. regiment, commanded our forces. After a spirited engagement of one hour and a half our batteries drove the enemy from the field with heavy loss. The casualties on our side were six killed and wounded. Capt. H. McClung, of this city, was killed. The enemy have torn up the railroad track and cut the telegraphic wires some miles above here. [Second Dispatch] Knoxville, June 22 --The Yankee raiders left here on Saturday, at 10 o'clock, and attacked Strawberry Plains, seventeen miles east of Knoxville, at 5 P. M. After a brisk fire of half an hour, our troops surrendered to superior numbers, and the enemy paroled 130 prisoners. The enemy burnt the bridge over the Hoiston, the depot., and several private dwellings, rifling several others. Then they proceeded to New Market, eight miles east of Strawberry Plains, and on Sunday to Mossy Creek, four miles
cavalry engagement in Mississippi--the enemy Defeated — flag of truce from General Grant Jackson, June 22. --Gen Ruggles, with his cavalry, overtook the Yankee raiders near Rocky Ford, in Tallahatchie to-day, and a severe engagement ensued, resulting in the capture of thirty prisoners, two pieces of artillery, their entire baggage and ammunition train, together with a large amount of provisions stolen from the citizens. The enemy's loss in killed is eighty. Our loss small. Gen. Grant sent a flag of truce to Jackson yesterday asking permission to remove his wounded left at Edward's Depot, after the fight of Baker's Creek, which was allowed after they were duly exchanged. [Second Dispatch] Jackson, June 22 --Passengers from Grenada report that the Yankee raiders have gone back in the direction of Memphis after burning Panola and Batesville. It was thought that Gen. Chalmers had overtaking them, as firing had been heard in the direction they
Skirmishing in Tennessee military movements. Atlanta June 22. --A special dispatch to the Atlanta Intelligencer from Wartrace, Tenn, 21st instant, says: Gen. Wilder's "lighting division," composed of 2,000 Federal cavalry, 500 of whom are negroes, were driven back from Alexandria, Tenn, eight miles north west of Liberty, by Duke's cavalry, on the 17th. The enemy's loss was ten killed and a number wounded.--No loss on our side. Capt. Shelton, of Duke's 2d Kentucky regiment, has returned from Bardstown. He left on the 8th, and brought out a quantity of . has fallen back from Lebanon Murfreesboro'. Things
The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1863., [Electronic resource], From the Northern Border--reported fighting on the Potomac. (search)
From Port Hudson. Osyka, Miss June 31 --A reliable gentleman from the vicinity of Port Hudson reported that Banks has received eleven transports of troops from Hilton Head, and mustered out as many as received. In his present army are twelve to fifteen thousand men whose time is out, and they refuse to fight. A courier from Col. Lyons reports heavy firing at Port Hudson every night. General Gardeer's men are firm. Osyka, June 22--A courier from Kellerston, La., reports nothing new from Port Hudson.