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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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From the South. Hon. John Bell, of Tennessee, whose home has been occupied by the Yankees, is now at Talladega, Ala. The Yankees have robbed him of about forty negroes and $80,000 worth of other property. The Quincy (Fla). Dispatch says that about fifty men have armed themselves and banded together in Calhoun county, Fla., to resist the conscription act. --They got arms from the off the coast. The Federals in Tennessee are coming over to our side in great numbers. A letter from Capt. Kerr, at Kingston, Tenn., says: Yesterday, a Federal Major, who formerly lived in this county, came here and surrendered to me. --I sent him to Knoxville to take the oath and give bond. He informed me that our brigade was at London, Ky., where they had captured 400 horses, 600 mules, and 70 prisoners, 101 wagons loaded with arms, ammunition, and commissary stores.--The rest of the train guard "skedaddled." He also informed me that Col. Scott's dispatch, stating the above facts, had been ca