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ich brought the passengers back to Louisville. Scott's Louisiana Cavalry. We have published several notices of the gallant band under the command of Scott, a partisan leader, who bids fair to equal Morgan in the on Huntsville and Columbia will be in our hands. Scott's exploits on the road between Tuscumbia and Athens cavalry, near Tuscumbia, Captain Fenelton Cannon, of Scott's Louisiana regiment, killed, wounded and captured f not one was materially hurt. Pressing forward, Scott crossed the Tennessee and Elk rivers, and with 160 m also burnt — killing 20 and taking 7 prisoners. Scott's ammunition now gave out — no reinforcement came upille with 8,000 men. In the face of this force, Scott re-crossed both Elk and the Tennessee rivers, drivinis daring feat is worthy of record, from the fact of Scott's crossing into rivers on frail flats, and leaving te ladies turned out in great crowds and presented Col. Scott with a Confederate flag. The real State of
ss. Generals and Colonels are deaf to remonstrances, and at best make only a promise, that is never redeemed, that they will see that restitution is made. Even they themselves are in some localities guilty of a fraud worse than stealing. They take a man's property, and give a receipt with an endorsement that the property taken in this way is to be paid for "after the war." When the Mexican war was pending, these people of the North were loud in their approbation of the conduct of General Scott and of General Taylor, both of whom most rigorously enforced the policy of the Government as well as the dictate of civilization and humanity, that private property should not be taken without full compensation. In the whole campaign of both Generals, the citizens were paid in gold for every dollar's worth that was obtained from them. Both the Generals issued orders of the most emphatic character, and Old Zack publicly denounced a regiment from Indiana as chicken stealers and hen-roost