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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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e private killed, and one private wounded. The enemy fled in confusion towards Rumsey. Fatal consequences of a Tankers Impertinence — Movements of Gen. Breckinridge's Brigade, &c. The Bowling Green (Ky.) correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune communicates the following items of interest to that paper, under date oe about the 20th of September in Fort Lafayette, has been released, it is said, at the instance of G. D. Prentice, and returned to Louisville on the 15th. Breckinridge's brigade is yet at Woodland, ten or twelve miles distant. On Sunday, in a cold and heavy rain, falling during the whole day, they were marched twelve miles in Sunday evening, for Buckeer's division. of which this brigade forms a part, requiring such a movement. But this order was countermanded on Sunday; and on Monday Breckinridge "marched back again" to his former camp. It is understood here that General N. T. Ward, one of the Kentucky Federal Brigadiers, date in command at Colu