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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], Exchange of Confderate officers — Scene at the exchange. (search)
nfantry; B. E. Candill, Tenth Kentucky cavalry; B. W. Duke, Second Kentucky; W. H. Forney, Tenth Alabama; W. J. Ferguson, Sixteenth Virginia; J. M. Hanks, Kentucky cavalry; R. C. Morgan, Kentucky; W. H. Peebles, Forty-fourth Georgia; James Pell, Forrest's cavalry; Vandavender, Fiftieth Virginia; W. W. Ward, Tennessee. Lieutenant-Colonels James T. Tucker, Seventh regiment; James T. Brown, Forrest's cavalry; P. E. Davant, Thirty-eighth Georgia; William Lee Davidson, Seventh North Carolina; JForrest's cavalry; P. E. Davant, Thirty-eighth Georgia; William Lee Davidson, Seventh North Carolina; J. P. Fitzgerald, Twenty-third Virginia; C. L. Haynes, Twenty-seventh Virginia; D. H. L. Marty, Tenth Virginia; W. M. Parsley, Third North Carolina; A. L. Swingley,--;M. J. Smith, artillery; O. A. Patton,-- Majors D. M. Anderson, Forty-fourth Virginia; J. W. Caldwell, First Kentucky; J. T. Carson, Twelfth Georgia; W. T. Ennell, Third North Carolina; J. E. Gross, Assistant Adjutant-General; E. M. Henry, Fourth Missouri; H. G. A. Higley, Commissary Subsistence; W. H. Manning, Sixth Louisiana;
From Mobile. The following official dispatch was received on Saturday: "Mobile, August 11.--Nothing later from Fort Morgan. The wires are broken. General Forrest drove the enemy's advance out of Oxford last night. "All the particulars of the Fort Gaines surrender known, are that the commanding officer communicatedr Mobile than it is agreeable to have the Yankees approach, though when they have got there their task has but just commenced. It is gratifying to learn that Forrest is again at work in Mississippi. He has begun by driving the enemy's advance out of Oxford. Whenever Forrest strikes a blow he does it faithfully and well. Forrest strikes a blow he does it faithfully and well. From Petersburg. It was discovered on Thursday evening that the enemy was moving large bodies of infantry to the rear, and our forces, by way of facilitating their movements, opened upon them with a sixty- four pounder, which had the desired effect. The heavy missiles, bursting and crashing in their midst, gave a powerful imp