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The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Dashing operations of our cavalry in rear of Rosecrans. (search)
This time the trains were defended by a stoong body of cavalry, has it fled before the charge, and left in our hands seventy-five wagons, two hundred prisoners, and a battery of artillery. The scenes of the first raid were reenacted. Moving back around the enemy's right we rested the next day within of the and unsuccessful cannonade against the enemy's left wing. On the following day we attempted a thud raid upon the rear, out fell back in consequence of the enemy's having guarded his trains with a brigade of infantry and cavalry. We drove the cavalry before us, but were unable to displace the infantry, which resisted us behind the shelter of their wagons. In this attack Major Prentice was wounded, and we regret to say Lieut J. A. Whiting is among the missing. Just at this point a courier reached Gen. Wheeler ordering his return. We hastened back slept two hours on the battle field, and then slowly and sadly wended our way in fear of the retreating army of Gen Bragg.