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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Successors of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. (search)
From Kentucky, &c. Nashville, Dec, 11. --The Louisville papers of the 1st inst. report the arrival there on that day and the day previous of the 7th regiment of Pennsylvania cavalry, the 6th, 9th, and 10th regiments of Ohio, and 15th and 17th Indiana regiments. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad advertised on the 1st inst., to receive no freights until further notice. This announcement was doubtless caused by the occupancy of the railroad in the transportation of Yankee troopscky. Mrs. Gen. Buckner left Bowling Green, a few days since, under a flag of truce, with the dead body of her child for burial in Louisville. Gen. McCook refused to recognize the flag, and Mrs. Buckner was compelled to return. Memphis,Dec. 11.--New Madrid is now fortified and two regiments were sent there on Monday. Speeches were made by Governor Jackson, Gens. Thompson and Gant. All of General Thompson's command has re-enlisted. There is nothing important from Columbus. T