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The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1862., [Electronic resource], From the Rappahannock — Occupation of Manassas Junction by our advance. (search)
Confederate Successes in the West. Chattanooga, Aug. 27. --Col. Morgan's brigade encountered Gen. Dick Johnson's Kentucky (Federal) cavalry on Thursday, 21st instant, near Gallatin, in a hard fought battle. The enemy numbered 800; Col. Morgan had about 1,200. The enemy were cut all to pieces, and the remnant captured, among them Gen. Johnson and fifteen commissioned officers. Our loss is estimated variously at from 25 to 120. The former is probably correct. Johnson's cavalry was raised for the express purpose of capturing Morgan. Gen. Forrest arrived after the fight was over. Over 300 prisoners were captured. Chattanooga, AuJohnson's cavalry was raised for the express purpose of capturing Morgan. Gen. Forrest arrived after the fight was over. Over 300 prisoners were captured. Chattanooga, Aug. 27. --Gen. Maxey's brigade crossed the river last night and occupied Bridgeport, without firing a gun. Sunday morning the Yankees got frightened at McMinnville, and evacuated, burning an immense quantity of stores, munitions, &c. In three hours from the time the panic commenced, not a Yankee was in McMinnville. [Seco