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The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
a heavy column, divested from Buckner's command, is running rapidly forward upon Somerset, to cut us off. Thus you perceive that a big scare is at the bottom of the retrograde operation. It is not necessary to speculate on the subject. I suspect, however, that this is but a brilliant cover for the ridiculous termination of the great Cumberland Gap expedition. It may have been devised, also, as a decent apology for recalling the Tennessee regiments. After the march. Crab Orchard, November 15. --After a march of almost unparalleled severity, considering there was no apparent necessity for it, part of the Wildcat Brigade arrived this evening at a point within two miles of Crab Orchard, and went into camp. Many of our poor fellows are still struggling and straggling along the road, painfully striving to reach a harbor of rest. This march was as disastrous as a battle and defeat. I have no time now, even if I were not severely fatigued, to depict the wretched picture. I