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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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at Corinth. --An officer who left Corinth, Miss, on Monday, reports everything quiet there. The Confederate lines extend only over the recent battle-ground, and the Federals are about nine miles beyond that. Active preparations are evidently being made by both armies for the grand, decisive struggle that must be near at hand. Gen. Beauregard is being heavily reinforced, and is confident of a great victory in the hour of trial. Very little is known in regard to the movements of the Federals, farther than that they too are being reinforced, but in what numbers is not known skirmishes daily occur between the advance guards of the two armies, and Morgan's cavalry are doing excellent service in capturing and killing Federal Our wounded are receiving all the necessary attention in the hospitals at Corinth, and are doing as well as could be expected. The ladies throng the hospitals day and night, ministering to the wants of the suffering soldiers. Atlanta Confederacy, 17th.
Mayor's Court, yesterday. --Thomas Hollins, a white lad, was held to bail in $200 for his appearance to answer the charge of attempting to pass a bogus $20 Confederate note on A B Clarke, hardware merchant, corner of 17th and Main streets.--Jerry, a slave, was ordered 25 lashes for throwing stones at the carriage of M. Peter G. Cosby on Broad street.--Joseph W. Morgan, arrested by Lieut Carter for trespassing on the premises of Mr. Henry McGhee, was admonished and let off.