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The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Averill raiders — a probability of their capture. (search)
From New Orleans. Mobile, Dec. 22. --Capt. Girard, Chief of Ordnance for Gen. Gardner, escaped from New Orleans on the 10th. He confirms the meeting at Fort Jackson. Three gunboats were sent down at 10 A. M. A gunboat went to Fort Pike in the afternoon, and he heard heavy firing in that direction. The Confederate partisans had burned two schooners transporting cattle to Bayon LaCombe, near Manchaca. The pickets on the road reported that Taylor had whipped Franklin, on the 11th, at were on less than half rations. Col. Miles, Capt. Hewitt, and Col. Ben Johnson, of the 15th Alabama, were in irons for trying to escape. The True Della's extra, giving an account of the meeting, was suppressed. [Second Dispatch.] Mobile, Dec. 22. --The Advertiser has a special dated Oxford, Miss., December 21. The Chicago Times, of the 14th, contains a Cairo dispatch of the 12th, stating that accounts from Arkansas represent Price to be crossing Red river, with five thousand men,
From East Tennessee. Bristol, Dec. 22. --The latest advices from the front represent that our troops are a few miles beyond Bean's Station. Active operations are confined to the cavalry, who are skirmishing with the enemy beyond Rogersville. Numerous reports are in circulation to the effect that the main body of the enemy have gone to Clinton, Tenn. Indications are unfavorable to a continuation of hostilities during the winter months.
From the Rapidan. Orange C. H. Dec. 22. --The enemy have sent another corps of infantry, making two now wintering behind the Rappahannock, and three on this side of that river. Meade's headquarters are at Brandy Station, Culpeper county. Warrenton is occupied by a brigade of Yankee cavalry. The enemy are hugging the railroad closely.