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The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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From the West. The Augusta Constitutionalist, of Sunday, publishes the following items of news: A private letter from a firm in Memphis, to a gentleman in this city, says that the Federal gunboats ran by our works at Island No.10, and attacked our batteries in the rear, which resulted in the surrender of the position by our forces. No particulars are given. Sergeant McGregor, of the Clinch Rifles, reached our city on yesterday in charge of the body of private Joel Freeman, who died at Knoxville of fever. Mr. McG, states that Capt. Platt--who had been detained at Knoxville on regimental business — started to Huntsville day before yesterday, to join his command, which had gone forward to Corinth, and was obliged to stop at Chattanooga on account of the occupation of Huntsville by the Federal. The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel, of Monday, contains the following account: Sergeant E. E. Pritchard, of the Washington Artillery, arrived here last evening, and gi