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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
atest from Kentucky. burning of Mayfield by the Yankees — advance of the Federal Skirmishers — appointment of a Federal Judge, &c., &c. Nashville, Oct. 24 --A private dispatch from Paris, Tenn., says that Mayfield, Ky., was burnt on the 22d inst., by 2,000 Federals. Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 23 --Ththe enemy of three killed, and a few prisoners. One of the prisoners states that the Federal force is 3,000. An early battle is expected. Bowling Green, Oct. 24. --The correspondent of the Nashville Union and American says that a gentleman who left Louisville on Saturday last reports that the Federal troops between 22d inst., states that Gen. Rosseau, with from eight to ten thousand troops, has advanced to Baron creek, eight miles from Green river bridge. Nashville, Oct. 24. --The Louisville Courier of to-day, states that the Federal pickets are at Baron creek, and the main body of the army are scattered between that place and
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
in large force 25 miles below Ironton. Nothing definite, however, is known as to their number or designs. A dispatch to the Republican, dated at Syracuse, Mo., on the 18th inst., states that Gen. Price has acquired new hope from the prospect of large reinforcements. It is expected that he will defeat Gen. Fremont's army, divide his forces, and take St. Louis and Jefferson City. The Republican learns that the work on the fortifications around St. Louis is to be suspended. Guns, however, are to be mounted and everything completed within eight days. The Republican also reports a skirmish on the Iron Mountain on the 17th inst. The Southerners were driven back with heavy loss. Bowling Green, Ky., Oct. 24 --The Cincinnati Commercial, of the 19th inst., learns that Gen Fremont will be removed on the 22d inst. Gen Hunter is to succeed Gen. Fremont. The Cincinnati Gazette says that Gen. Fremont has been removed by the positive order of President Lincoln.
Tennessee Legislature--election of Confederate States Senator, &c. Nashville, Oct. 24. --The Tennessee Legislature to-day elected Landon C. Hayon one of the Confederate Senators on the first ballot. There were six ballots for the other Senator. The last resulted thus. G. A. Henry 34. E. H. Wing 33, and R. L. Caruthers 23. One Lincoln gun-boat on yesterday ascended the Cumberland to Liveport, 20 miles below Fort Donelson, and carried off a barge with 300 barrels of flour.