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Yankee outrages in Tennessee. Chattanooga, Aug. 4. --McMinnville, Tenn., was occupied by about 7,000 Yankee troops last Saturday--probably Bull Nelson's division. A detachment of Gen. Forrest's cavalry was in the place Friday, but was smart enough to evade capture. A man who run their lines from McMinnville states that be heard the shrieks of women from almost every house in the town. He thinks that the Yankee command must have been turned loose at will to pillage and outrage. The shrieks were agonizing.
rags. From--, pkg of lint, bandages and rags. Bbl and box of ice from --. R J Smith, biscuit. S Cottrell, lint and bandages. Robert Burton, Christiansville, Va, turkey wings, socks, butter, ham and bread. Mrs Julia M Nelson, Louisa 11 shirts, 5 pairs drawers, 2 pairs socks, jar butter, &c. Mrs Wellington Gordon, Louisa, 70 lbs butter. Rev John Cole, Culpeper, half bbl biscuits, bread and cakes. From--, one jar butter. Charlotte Ct Ho S A Society,. From--, bbl buttermilk, &c. Baileyville Relief Society, Powhatan, 34 chickens, 35 lbs butter, 15 doz eggs, vegetables, pickles, &c. Mrs Spiller, King William county, bandages. Mrs S E Wilkes, Diamond Grove, 23 doz eggs. Mrs Nelson, lint, vials, &c. C J Brook and Mrs L J Waring, Essex, one box hospital supplies. Miss E Robb, Essex, 36 chickens. Meads & Baker, arrow root, English rolled band ages, pearl tapioca, lint and adhesive plaster. Thos B Evans a