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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], The late Incendiary outrages in Tennessee. (search)
o of artillery, besides Capt. Mc company of cavalry. The enemy is strong force, and is posted three and a half miles above the bridge, on the premises of the traitor, "Nat. Taylor." These outing party on Sunday night was led by that gallant and Capt. H. B. Miller, Company "G. Regiment Mississippi Volunteers, who, to be detailed in Bristol, volunteered, at the head of a number of our citizens, to repel the threatened attack, on the bridge.-- The Captain having been directed by General Clarke, who was temporarily command, to find out the strength and position of the enemy, was crossing the river in advance of his party when he came suddenly on a large body of men posted on the bank of the river, and immediately fired on them and killed his man at the first discharge. His men rushed to his support, and, after killing nine, and wounding several others, the gallant Captain withdrew his men, with only two or three slight wounds, the Captain himself receiving two, though under th