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The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: October 2, 1862., [Electronic resource], The British press of President Davis's message. (search)
the officers and man under his command, for their valor in the capture of the Gosport Navy-Yard, April 21st, 1861, and the saving from destruction and pillage the large amount of property there, and for the promptness displayed by him in the erection of a battery at Hospital Point to prevent a re-capture, were referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. A communication from the Governor was laid before the House by the Speaker, containing correspondence of Gens. Floyd, Loring, Adjt. Gen Richardson, and the Secretary of War, in relation to the alleged mischievous interference of General Loring with the execution of the late proclamation of the Governor to fill the ranks of General Floyd's command. Gen. Loring states in the correspondence, upon the authority of one of his officers, that a very large proportion of the men in Gen. Floyd's army are under thirty-five years of age, and liable to duty in the Confederate army, and that in recruiting these men for the State Line his pla
lled only one and wounded another Federal soldier. Twelve deserters from a Kentucky rebel regiment report the whole regiment ready to follow at the first opportunity. Since Bragg was cut off the East Tennessee route we are in daily communication with Bridgeport. Supplies come up rapidly, and our lines of communication are perfect. Memphis, Tenn., Nov. 7, 1863. --Gen. Hatch has driven Gen. Chalmers across the Tallahatchie river, punishing the latter's forces severely. Gen Richardson, with a force of rebels reported at from 1,500 to 2,000, this morning struck the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, six miles east of Salisbury, burning the trestlework, tearing up the track, and destroying the telegraph. No further particulars have been received of his movements. Gen. Lee's rebel force has gone towards Decatur. The rebels under Gens. Roddy and Forrest are reported to be near luke. News from Charleston. By the arrival of the United States steamships Fu