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The Daily Dispatch: December 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Gen. Hooker was reported at Ringgold at 5 o'clock this evening. The desertions and captures from the rebel army are rapidly, thinning it. The number of cannon captured thus far is reported at fifty-two, including the celebrated Loomis battery, which was lost by us at Chickamauga. Gen. Sherman's loss is much less than was estimated, and will probably not exceed five hundred. Nearly six thousand prisoners have been reported as captured. The son of Gen. Breckinridge and Major Wilson, his chief of staff, were brought in among the prisoners. Gen. Breckinridge himself narrowly escaped. A strong column is in pursuit of the enemy, and it is not impossible that another disastrous defeat will be forced on him. The Situation at Knoxville. The following is the latest intelligence from Knoxville. It is a dispatch dated Cincinnati, the 27th, and says: We have some reports from Knoxville which seem to indicate that Gen'l Burnside is perfectly secure in his
The Daily Dispatch: December 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs on the Rapidan — no battle yet. (search)
ed. Such stores as could not be removed — not many — were destroyed. The people along the road are retiring with the army. Nearly everybody left Ringgold. The wagon roads are in a horrible condition. Sallust. [Second Dispatch.] Ringgold, Nov. 26, (via Dalton, Nov. 27.) --Among the killed at Missionary Ridge were Cols. Porcher, of South Carolina, McConnell, of Georgia, and Bullock, of Florida. Cols. Ruddler, of Georgia, and Tyler, of Tennessee, were wounded. Col. Claudius Wilson, of Georgia, died to-day of disease. Sallust. [Third Dispatch.] Resaca, Nov. 29. --The enemy retired to Ringgold after their bloody defeat by Gen. Cleburne, who captured 300 prisoners, four flags, and killed and wounded 1,500. Their advance is now at Ringgold, and our advance is near them. They destroyed the bridge when they retreated. The Confederate army is in position at Dalton and in front of it. All the trains are ordered back to Resaca, (ten miles in re