Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:
The Daily Dispatch: April 2, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported Confederate triumph in
North Carolina. (search)
Reports from Memphis. Mobile, March 30 --A special dispatch to the Appeal. dated Panola, March 28th, states that the Memphis Bulletin, of the 24th, says that the route to Yazoo river via Deer Creek, is reported working finely. The canal operations are impeded by shells, and the workmen can only work at night.--The Federal batteries at Fort Pemberton have been washed away and abandoned. The rebel position is reported impregnable, owing to high water. The circulation of Cincinnati reports is prohibited at Nashville. It was reported that the advance guard of Kentucky invaders had reached Clinton county. Reinforcements from Virginia, intended for Bragg, had halted at Knoxville, the base of Kentucky operations.
The Daily Dispatch: May 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], Still Later from the
Still Later from the North. Through the courtesy of a gentleman connected with Col. Onld's office, we are placed in possession of Northern papers of the 20th. In its situation article, the Herald says: Affairs in Kentucky. Dispatches from Cincinnati, dated on Monday, say that the rebel force in Wayne and Clinton counties, in Kentucky, is increasing. Four rebel regiments of infantry have passed through Jamestown, and twenty-four more regiments are reported at Morristown, East Tennessee. Gen. Buckner is said to be at Clinton. There are rebel pickets on the Cumberland river at every available point. It is said that three brigades have reinforced Gen. Bragg, but the probability is that those troops had gone to assist Gen. Pemberton at Vicksburg, and that they comprised those of Gens. Churchill, Gist, and Walker. From Mississippi. Our news via Fredericksburg anticipates the news in the Herald with reference to the condition of affairs near Vicksburg. It says that