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The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Suffolk invested — Rumors about the operations there. (search)
From Tennessee — more Reinforcements for Rosecrans. Chattanooga, April 15. --All quiet in the vicinity of Tullahoma. The Federal accounts of the battle at Franklin confirm the killing of Captain Freeman, of Freeman's Battery. A gentleman, just through from Louisville, reports that, in addition to Burnside's corps, a division from Franklin's corps is coming to reinforce Rosecrans. Jackson, April 14.--A special to the Appeals from Murfreesboro', dated the 8th inst., says that Wilder's brigade had returned with many horses. Sixty "contrabands" were shot and hung. Several were clothed in Yankee uniforms. The gunboat Cincinnati, disabled at Steels's Bayou, had arrived at Ca.
From Vicksburg. Vicksburg, April 14. --All quiet here. One transport, with troops, left the fleet this morning. Many tents and a dozen transports are still in sight. Jackson, April 14.--A large fire was observed last night above Vicksburg, supposed to have been caused by the burning of transports. [Second Dispatch.] Vicksburg, (via Mobile,) April 16. --The fleet is still in sight across the river. The Yankees have abandoned the Huspucana expedition. The Yankee cava with troops, left the fleet this morning. Many tents and a dozen transports are still in sight. Jackson, April 14.--A large fire was observed last night above Vicksburg, supposed to have been caused by the burning of transports. [Second Dispatch.] Vicksburg, (via Mobile,) April 16. --The fleet is still in sight across the river. The Yankees have abandoned the Huspucana expedition. The Yankee cavalry entered New Carthage last week, and are still in possession of the place.