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The Daily Dispatch: February 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], The working of Metals in Massachusetts (search)
Later from the Burnside fleet.the Armada Moves. [special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch.] Goldsboro', N. C., Feb. 6. --The Burnside fleet is moving. Intelligence of this fact has just been brought up. Seventy-five sail are reported to have passed Hyde county, N. C. The destination of the expedition is supposed to be Roanoke Island. W. B. S.
A Sharp skirmish in Tennessee.the enemy routed. Knoxville, Feb. 6. --On Sunday last Lieut. Col. White's battalion of Tennessee cavalry encountered a detachment of Lincoln infantry, variously estimated from 100 to 300, in Morgan county, Tenn., on the side of a mountain. Col. White charged upon the enemy and dispersed them. Capt. Duncan, of the Unionists' forces, rallied his men twice, but with only partial success. Capt. Duncan was shot through the head and killed by J. Roberts, a lad only 15 years old, and whose brother was recently killed by some Kentucky Unionists. The Lincoln infantry were completely routed and fled in confusion. --Seven dead Yankees were left on the field and one prisoner was taken. A free negro attacked as a waiting boy to Capt. McLarry's company, killed one of the Lincolnites.
. 7. --A gentleman direct from Fort Donaldson reports that four gun-boats attacked Fort Henry on Tuesday, and that three Confederates were killed. One of the gun-boats was damaged and so crippled that she had to be hauled off. On yesterday a dispatch was sent from Fort Henry, which stated that eight gun-boats were coming up the river. The pickets stationed sixteen miles below Fort Henry reported that 20,000 Federals were landing. The Tennessee river was rapidly rising. Reinforcements have been ordered to the Tennessee river from Memphis. Nashville,Feb. 5. --Dispatches received to-day from Fort Henry state that the Yankees fired about 40 shots at the fort on yesterday, but did no damage. [Second Dispatch.] Memphis, Feb. 6, P. M. --A dispatch received from Danville at 2 o'clock P. M., to-day, states that bring on Fort Henry commenced to-day at noon. One hundred and fifty guns were fired, but the result was unknown. The firing had ceased.