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The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The recent battle. (search)
Movements of the Yankees in Tennessee. Knoxville, August 13. --A prisoner from Nashville via Huntsville and Stephenson, reports that the roads are lined with Federal troops and all the bridges strongly fortified. Everything outside of Huntsville is a scene of desolation — houses destroyed and sacked and fields laid waste. Generals Buell and Rossean have 20,000 men in the vicinity of Huntsville. Five hundred negroes are entrenching the north side of Huntsville. Four hundred negroes and a large force of soldiers are fortifying Stephenson. The Yankees have rebuilt the bridges and restored the broken track on the railroad from Nashville to Huntsville and Bridgeport.
The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight near
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The killing of McCook — movements of guerrillas Chattanooga, Aug. 13. --Three of the guerrillas who killed McCook arrived here to-day. They say he was killed in a dash of 75 partisan rangers on 4,000 Yankees, near Salem. Their appearance was so sudden and unlooked for that the Yankees fled in confusion. They also state that Buell hung five citizens of Lincoln county in retaliation. The enemy cannot move but in large forces. The guerrillas are killing them daily.