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The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee Account of the Siege of Washington, N. C. (search)
Arrival of prisoners. --Twenty Abolition prisoners were received at the Libby prison yesterday by the Central Railroad. They were all members of co E, 3d Indiana cavalry, and were captured at Beverly's Ford, in Culpeper county, on the 15th day of April.--Included in the party were First Lieutenant A. L. Shannon and Sergeant W. H. Sapp. Other prisoners were expected from Williamsburg and the South side.
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 the Southwest. Jackson, Miss., April 15. --There is a considerable Federal force at Greenville. [Second Dispatch.] Jackson, April 16. --The enemy's troops at Lake Providence have moved down to Vicksburg and Grenada. Travellers report that there was a universal opinion at Memphis that the boats going up to Vicksburg was a ruse. A heavy movement commenced on Thursday. A special to the Appeal says that intense excitement prevailed in Memphis on the receipt of the news from Charleston. The first report was that five Monitors were sunk. Tennessee money fell heavily, and sales at 20 per cent discount for greenbacks. Yankees and Jews refuse greenbacks.--There is a reported suppression of the edition of the Bulletin and Argus. Several negro regiments went down Thursday.
Skirmish near Grand Gulf. Grand Gulf Miss., April 15. --(via Mobile, 16.)--Information has been received at these headquarters that our forces under Col. Cockrell and Major Harrison, had a skirmish with the enemy this morning at Perkins's plantation, in which two Yankees were killed, three wounded and four captured. We also captured five or six horses with equipage, and released a Major and a number of women and children held within their lines, and retook over 100 negroes. No casualties on our side.
The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Yankee Account of the Siege of Washington, N. C. (search)
The Georgia Legislature. Milledgeville, April 15. --The bill to endorse the Confederate bonds, which had passed the House, was indefinitely postponed in the Senate to-day — yeas 24, days 10.