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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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er's headquarters last Sunday, he was informed by the Beast that they had been withdrawn from the gap and sent north, so soon as he, the Beast, learned that the Yankee negro captives had been withdrawn from our fortifications. The truth about these Yankee negroes is this: Eighty of them, at their own suggestion, were taken out of Castle Thunder and put to work on a part of our lines not two miles from the city, and much more than two miles beyond the range of the Yankee guns. The moment General Lee was apprised of the fact that these negroes had been put to work, he had them sent back to prison, and they were returned to the prison before any communication was received from Butler on the subject. This being the plain, unvarnished truth of this matter, will, on that account, be repudiated by the Yankees; but we state it for the information of our own people. From the Valley. There is no change in the position of either army at last advices. The enemy are completing, so far
ortant stations on the Georgia State road. [Jacksonville, the point from which we received our intelligence, is just beyond Blue mountain, and in direct rear of our army.] General Hood's headquarters, we are informed, were, at last accounts, near Lee &Gordon's mills, whilst Sherman was marching out for Chattanooga by way of Rossville. Thus affairs are shaping themselves for another battle upon the field of Chickamauga. The capture of the towns indicated, we are assured, was attended with but slight loss. Sherman was, doubtless, rapidly retreating, and we had only to encounter his rear guard. Ringgold is twenty-two miles this side of Chattanooga, and nine from Lee & Gordon's mills, and the same distance from Red Mouse ford, and other points made historic by the events of last year. Rossville is a little crossroad station in Lookout valley, five or six miles out of Chattanooga. Sherman has fortified all the passes upon Missionary ridge; but if we can defeat and drive him be
Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the six or seven weeks ago, my negro. Men was purchased at the auction house of Messes & Bowman, Franklin street, Richmond, sold by Dr. Ming, of Petersburg. He hired to Mrs. Magill, at the Theatre his sale. His age is nineteen with small head; five feet eight height. He is no doubt lurking about Richmond Petersburg. I will gave the above reward for livery to Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Franklin J. R Danville, Virginia. oc 20--1m*