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tempting baits and low prices the latter presents. Occasionally a dead Federal is found in the streets, although a strict guard is kept, without a clue to the secret hand that struck the blow. The invader will find it an elephantine labor to subjugate a people determined to be free. Major Morgan. This gallant partisan officer, with his battalion of cavalry, having been apprised of the fact that some 3,000 Federal have been thrown out with a view to his capture, rapidly shifted his location, and is determined to be found when he is prepared to strike a blow. It is said he has killed, or captured, some 1,700 Federal since they entered Tennessee. Col. R. F. Loonet. This brave and gallant commander has engaged in two or three skirmishes, near the Tennessee river. In one he killed, it is said, some 27 Federal; in the other he was also successful, but to what extent, or what are the particulars and details of these engagements, we have no very satisfactory account.
The impending battle in the West. Mobile, April 4. --The Advertiser has a special message from Memphis, stating that Batell's army had reached Savannah, on Tennessee river, from Columbia. There had been brisk skirmishing and great activity on both sides for the great struggle. The garrison at Island No.10 is well provisioned, and confident of holding the position.
The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Great Destitution among the English operatives. (search)
Movements of the enemy. Memphis, April 1. --The St. Louis Republican, of the 22d ult., announces that one hundred and sixty-two transports had been despatched up the Tennessee river.