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s then proceeded to perform their work — the destruction of the bridge — in the execution of which they were at first annoyed by the enemy's long range guns, until Marye sent them howling away by a few well-directed charges of grape and shell. They succeeded in burning the bridge, tearing up some of the railroad, and then returned to the main body on Monday. They lost in the engagement two men in each regiment and several wounded. Cols. Rust, Fulkerson, and Carson, and Majors Manning and Williams, were in the thickest of the fight, and nobly led their men on; but their gallant men did not need much enticing to engage their hated foe. I regret to say that Capt. Alexander; of company 1, 3d Arkansas, lost an arm in this engagement. Both of these regiments belong to Col. Wm. B. Taliaferro's 4th Brigade, and the other two--23d and 1st Georgia--were on picket duty from Saturday night till Tuesday morning, when our army proceeded to return, having accomplished its object. The result
The editor of the Mobile Advertiser tantalizes his readers and his brethren of the quilt by telling them how he is feeding on ripe smothered in dream, in the month of January. George Williams, a negro, formerly a slave in Nashville, was though in the Relex county jail yard at Sandwith, Michigan on the 3d inst for the murder of his wife.