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The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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From Kentucky. The following is from late papers received at this office: Late from Fishing Creek, Ky.--Gen. Crittenden not wounded, &c. We gather a few additional facts in relation to the late "Kuntucky Disaster" from the Knoxville Register. Eight Confederate regiments engaged fourteen regiments of the enemy: The false information of the enemy's force was brought by one Johnson, known familiarly as "Hogback Johnson." When our forces reached their breastworks, Gen. Crittenden concluded to fall back to the south side of the river. The little steamer which had lately arrived was taken charge of by Capt. Spiller. Our infantry were safely transported across, under the fire of the enemy's batteries, posted on the heights above. We lost the greater portion of our cavalry horses, tents and munitions. Gen. Carroll now has command of the division. Two of General Zollicoffer's aids--Major Fogg and Maj. Sheilds--were badly wounded. Whether the enemy had