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The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Reported Death of Gens. McClellan and Sickles--capture of Winchester. (search)
The Confederate victory in Kentucky.further Particulars. Mobile, Sept, 3. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Knoxville, 3d says: On Saturday morning, 30th ult., Gen. Kirby Smith's forces engaged the enemy under General Manson seven miles south of Richmond, Ky, Preston Smith's Tennessee and Gen. Claiborne's Arkansas brigades gallantly opened the fight at 2 o'clock P. M. The enemy were reinforced by Bull Nelson from Lexington. Our troops fought with desperate courage. Gen. Kirby Smith led the last charge in person — cap in hand. After three severe engagements the enemy were totally routed, with the loss of all their guns but one. Three thousand prisoners were captured, including Gen. Manson and Staff. The Kentuckians threw down their arms and deserted to our lines.--Bull Nelson was wounded in the thigh. He was holly pursued by our troops, and doubtless captured. The enemy's loss in killed and wounded is heavy. Gen. Miller is among the
Fight at Natchez--three children killed — the black flag, &c. Jackson, Sept. 3. --An official dispatch received here, dated Natchez, 2d, says: Fourteen Yankees landed and commenced pillaging under the hill. About thirty men went down and attacked them. They were mostly all drowned or killed. Only three were seen to return to their boats. The gunboats fired shell, grape and canister at us, as we came up the hill. None of our men killed. Three children were killed and one wounded by a shell from the gunboats. Both boats have gone up the river, it is supposed to get better range. They shelled the town two hours, without giving time to move the women and children. The officers expressed their determination to join the upper fleet. The Essex hoisted the black flag as she went down.
The Daily Dispatch: September 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Princess Anne and Norfolk counties. (search)
Our victory at Manassas in the West. Mobile, Sept. 3. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser, dated Tupelo, 3d, says: Intelligence from the front of our lines states that the enemy's report confirms the defeat of the Federal armies in Virginia, and announces a loss of 3,000 prisoners. The same information states that the defeated armies were falling back on Arlington Heights, where a stand was to be made, and the news of the great victory in Virginia will soon be received in the West.