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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the
Governor of Virginia — a Proclamation. (search)
From the Southwest. Mobile December 12. --A special dispatch to the Advertiser and Register from Murfreesboro' dated 11th inst, says: "Yesterday morning the enemy, 50.000 strong re-occupied Hartsville. They refused, under a flag of truce, to exchange paroled prisoners for our wounded or to permit as to remove the dead." Nashville dates of the 9th say that the Abolitionists acknowledge a loss of sixty killed at Hartsville. The rebel forces were estimated at 4,000--The Abolition army is greatly demoralized. There is no prospect of an advance until the Cumberland rises. It is supposed that Rosecranz will be superseded by McCook. St. Louis dates to the 7th say it is reported that "Hindman and Marmaduke, 25,000 strong. were driven bank by Blount at Cave Spring, Arkansas. Next day they drove in Blount's pickets, but were repulsed, Blount holding the rebels in check for four days. The rebels were felling timber all night to cover their retreat"