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The Daily Dispatch: November 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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, throwing the tender off the track, tearing it almost to pieces. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured. During this afternoon the same train was thrown off the track between here and Lavergne. Many of the passengers jumped out of the car windows and off the top of the cars, but none, very fortunately, sustained injuries that will lay them up. Two days ago three regiments from General Schurz's division, of the eleventh army corps, were sent on an expedition by direction of Major-General Howard. They were eminently successful, took some prisoners, gained important military information, and captured three cars and a locomotive. Do not think our forces are inactive at the front. Although the roads are very had you will hear favorable news before long. We took one prisoner, who, it was evident, was engaged in throwing cars from the track. The passengers wanted to hang him on the spot. The prisoner is now in Nashville. Another letter has the following: Army