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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 24, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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tropolitan, on Monday night, but only a few of them succeeded in crossing the river. A gunboat from Paducah shelled the woods, dispersing them. Seventy-five guerrillas were in Minertown, Kentucky, when the steamer General Anderson, from Evansville, passed that point. Louisville, January 18.--A party of guerrillas made a dash into Bardstown yesterday, to rescue one of their men from jail. They burned the depot, but were repulsed and driven from the town, with the loss of Captain Pat Bull, killed, and Lieutenants Muday and Marson wounded. Miscellaneous. Four "rebel" hotel burners have been arrested in New York. The Lake Erie man, Bell, is said to be one. The Little Rock Democrat says the recent election of W. D. Snow to the United States Senate from Arkansas was a farce. Only sixty votes were cast, while it required seventy-six to constitute a quorum of the Legislature. The rope used in the hanging of John Brown is in possession of Theodore Tilton, e
ommand of Pratt and McGregor — a consolidation of several bands — at three o'clock yesterday made a dash into Bardstown for the purpose of recovering one of their men, John Robinson, confined in the jail at that place. Bardstown is garrisoned by a detachment of Union soldiers, under Captain G. W. Nichols. The guerrillas set the depot on fire, and it was burned to the ground, and the body of Mr. Sunbury was consumed in it. The guerrillas and our troops had a heavy fight. Captain Pratt and Pat Bull were killed, and Lieutenants Munday and Mason and several others wounded. The guerrillas were routed and driven from the town. The pursuit was continued till darkness put a stop to further proceedings. Street scenes in Baltimore. We find in the Baltimore American of Friday an account of one of the street scenes common to a subjugated city: About 9 o'clock yesterday morning a negro soldier, named Thomas A. Hartwell, of the Twenty- third colored infantry, who had received a f