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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ty. Capt. Gammon, who was for so long a time Quartermaster at Knoxville, they have stripped; and they went so far as to order his excellent lady to cook for them ! But, like a true Southern woman, us she is, she told them to begone. As they go, crowd of Union people, including women and children, go with them, and it is said that Cumberland Gap is blockaded with them. It is certainly true that nearly all of them have left Jonesboro' and Greenville. Hon. N. G. Taylor, a preacher of right countless, has certainly linked his destiny with them. Hon. T. A. R. Nelson is also understood to be gone, though I doubt this, for with all Mr. Nelson's faults, I think him an honest and conscientious man. To be sure he is not at home, but is at Knoxville, defending Southern men, many of whom have been arrested and put in jail. I was surprised to learn that Rev. Mr. Stevens and Col. Wayne Wallace had been imprisoned. This, however was their own fault, as they went back into the enemy's lines.