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The capture of Holly Springs. --The Jackson Mississippian, of the 18th, says: "A gentleman who came on the Northern train this morning, reports that the Federals entered Holly Springs on Monday night or Tuesday morning, and that the town was in their possession when he left. He also states that Gen. Bradford, his neighbor, and three others, were killed by the enemy." The capture of Holly Springs. --The Jackson Mississippian, of the 18th, says: "A gentleman who came on the Northern train this morning, reports that the Federals entered Holly Springs on Monday night or Tuesday morning, and that the town was in their possession when he left. He also states that Gen. Bradford, his neighbor, and three others, were killed by the enemy."
Holly Springs and Manchaca. --Holly Springs, which is reported to have been captured by the enemy, is the county seat of Marshall county, Miss., and is on the Mississippi Central Railroad, one hundred and twenty miles north of Jackson. Manchaca, Louisiana, (also reported captured,) is a depot on the New Orleans and Jackson road, near the head of Lake Pontchartrain. Holly Springs and Manchaca. --Holly Springs, which is reported to have been captured by the enemy, is the county seat of Marshall county, Miss., and is on the Mississippi Central Railroad, one hundred and twenty miles north of Jackson. Manchaca, Louisiana, (also reported captured,) is a depot on the New Orleans and Jackson road, near the head of Lake Pontchartrain.