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[special Correspondence of the Dispatch.] Lynchburg Nov. 12. Since writing this morning I have gathered the following particulars in relation to the skirmish which took place in Carter county, Tennessee, on Sunday night last between the bridge burners and a reconnoitering party sent out by Col. Clarkson. The party of Confederates engaged consisted of 21 men under command of Capt. Miller, of the Vicksburg Sharp-Shooters, whose company is now stationed at Manassas. The Captain obtained a furlough some few days ago and was on his way home when he was detained at Bristol by the burning of the bridge. A party of citizens of Bristol armed themselves and requested Capt. Miller to take command of them for the purpose of aiding in the arrest of the traitors who had burned the bridge, which he did. It appears that Gen. or Col. Clarkson, with about 150 men, had previously gone in search of the scoundrels. The Captain and his party left Bristol about 9 o'clock Sunday evening,
Latest from Tennessee. Proclamation from Gov. Harris -- great excitement in East Tennessee--large Union camps at Elizabethtown and Strawberry Plains, &c. Nashville Nov. 12. --The Union and American will publish to-morrow an address to the people of Tennessee, issued by Governor Harris, in which he calls upon the people to furnish every double-barreled shot-gun and rifle they have, to arm the troops now offering their services. He says that the State must and will, to the full extent of its resources, and shall be protected. He declares that he is resolved to exhaust every resource of the State before the feet of Federal invaders shall pollute, with impunity, the soil of Tennessee. Parties who arrived here to-day from East Tennessee report that there is great excitement, and many fear that there will be a general outbreak. Five men have been arrested who are charged with having been concerned in burning the Hiwassee bridge. Lynchburg, Nov. 13.--The
The battle near Columbus, Ky. the Number of Federals killed — arrival of wounded Confederates at Memphis — latest from Cairo Memphis Nov. 12. --The correspondent of the Appeal, of this city, says that over 500 of the Federal were killed, and 200 taken prisoners at the recent battle near Columbus. --About one-half of the prisoners were wounded. About one hundred of the wounded Confederates arrived here this morning, and every attention that skill, care, and kindness d near Columbus, and it was believed there that Gen. Grant was killed. The Federal gun-boat Lexington has been sunk. [second Dispatch.]official report of the casualties in Colonel Marks's regiment at the Belmont, Mo., battle. Memphis Nov. 12. P. M. --The official report of the casualties in Col. Marks's regiment is as follows: Killed.--Major Butler, Sergeant Kelly, Lieut. Alexander, Privates Bard, Loudy, Vinson, Cannon, Sprine, Horn, Williams Edgar, and Conway. Wou
Resignations. Nashville Nov. 12. --Gen. McCall, who is commanding the department of Ohio, in Kentucky, has resigned, because of his unsatisfactory relations with Gen. Sherman. Gen. Rousseau has also resigned, and alleges ill-health as the cause.