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The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1861., [Electronic resource], The blockading fleet off New Orleans — News direct from the enemy. (search)
might have got Gen. Lee's rear, and made a demonstration sinst Lewisburg. Gen. Floyd was at Cotton ll, seven miles beyond Raleigh Court-house and had possession of Miller's, Carniax's, and Pack's Ferries, and the mouth of oat river. A report was in circulation that e had another engagement with the Federals a few days ago, but not credited. We have two statements of a movement of Gen. Loring's forces, to which we shall not allude the receipt of further advices. It is believed that Rosencranz and Cox are both in the Kanawha Valley, previous reports of their parture to the contrary notwithstanding. Their pillaging operations have been extensively carried on, and the Lincolnites of the West have had to pay liberally for their ad erence to the old Union. The people of Monroe are acting very nobly in the cause of the South, and Gen. A. A. Chapman, of that county, among others, is untiring in his exer to supply the necessities of our troops. They have not only promised an abundan