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. For three days did our little army, under the commands of Pillow, Floyd and Buckner, struggle with complete and brilliant success against tps. It was determined best to surrender. Gen. Pillow and staff, Gen. Floyd, staff, and some fifteen hundred of his men made their escape. Gmy would only match into a burning Moscow. Generals Pillow and Floyd and their staffs reached Nashville Sunday night. They are undismayearticular attention to Col. Wharton, who commanded the 1st brigade (Floyd's.) He charged the enemy in their position, and lost 44 men out of Lincoln I was in ten feet of them when the order was given by General Floyd to charge! What a grand sight! Then we chased the Yankees abo and Johnson) knew that a surrender was almost inevitable. General Floyd said he wouldn't surrender, and took his original division, Colld have supposed there were 000 killed there; but Gens. Pillow and Floyd supposed there were 1,000 killed outside the breastworks. Our loss
Runaway. --A negro boy by the name of Floyd, had been staying with his young master at Evansport, and was taken sick and started home with a man by the name of Dr. H. E. Herst, and the train left him at Burkeville, Va. The said boy is about 35 years of age, dark complexion, about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high.--His general weight is about 150 pounds. Any person taking up the said boy, will have him confined in some safe jail, and I will pay all charges for his delivery to me. J. W. Alsobrooks, fe 17--1m* Mill Town, Alabam.