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The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
march upon Virginia and East Tennessee in the direction of the Cumberland and Pound Gaps, in Lee and Wise counties. Gen. Zollicoffer stands in the path; but the force under his command is not more than adequate to bold the Unionists of Eastern Kentuisting a score or two of regiments from the Northwestern hive.--The Confederate Government has yet time to reinforce Gen. Zollicoffer; but if it delay in the work at all, he must "fall back," and the country be entered by the enemy. The Governme the most prolific of good soldiers on the continent. The people of East Tennessee, under the admirable policy of General Zollicoffer, and under the influence of the patriotic contact of Southwestern Virginia, are rapidly giving up their Johnsonism once be sent to Knoxville, Bristol, and Wytheville, to be put into the hands of fugitive Kentuckians coming in; and that ten or twenty thousand reinforcements will be at once placed along the line of the railroads, within call of Gen. Zollicoffer.
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1861., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia.--a Proclamation. (search)
Latest 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 --The Register, of this morning, reports that the Federal forces at Camp Dick Robinson had advanced with in eight miles of Gen. Zollicoffer's camp and that there had been some skirmishing between the pickets with a loss to the 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 Louisville and Nolin number about 18,000 strong. Gen. Rosseau's force was mainly from Ohio and Indiana, and amo